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Old 12-13-2010, 09:32 PM   #11
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We are newbies to this site too. We have a 2007 Jay Flight 25RKS that we purchased last year. Our first summer out with it was great - no problems. We can't wait to start camping again this Spring! Good luck with your "new" camper!
Welcome to you also KopsKamper!
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Old 03-06-2011, 10:47 PM   #15
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We are very excited to buy our very first TT and TV. We are the proud owners of an Eagle Super Lite 256rks towed by 09 F150 Super Crew 5.4L. Those of you who have been camping for a while...what are the things you wouldn't leave home without? Any hints of "have to have" packing ideas?
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We are very excited to buy our very first TT and TV. We are the proud owners of an Eagle Super Lite 256rks towed by 09 F150 Super Crew 5.4L. Those of you who have been camping for a while...what are the things you wouldn't leave home without? Any hints of "have to have" packing ideas?


Welcome and congrats on the new Eagle! You may get a better response if you open a new thread in the Travel trailer forum on your question about must haves! For me its good food and cold drinks! Also my morning coffee! -Lee
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The list is long but make sure you bring the tool box, fuse's for truck and trailer, flash light, Lug wrench, extra battery's for smoke alarm and remote control, fix a flat in a can, lawn chairs, bug spray, extra shoe's in case they get wet, floor jack.
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