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Old 02-28-2016, 06:27 AM   #11
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We like the clear adapter extension so we can make sure we have flushed our system properly' this is a link to an example.
90 Degree Clear Sewer Hose Adapter with Bayonet Lugs - Valterra T1023 - Sewer Fittings & Adapters - Camping World
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Old 02-28-2016, 06:35 AM   #12
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A set of Andersen Levelers.
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Old 02-28-2016, 08:33 AM   #13
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A set of Andersen Levelers.
This. My lynx are used exclusively for the stabilizers and tongue jack now.
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We're not familiar with that model, but .... If it has an attached power cord that lives in a little hole in the side of the trailer, we'd advise getting the kit to make it detachable. Our 23 MRB came with the attached one, and it was taking half an hour to get it back in; it's about an inch in diameter, and doesn't coil all that well. Pulling it out loosened the facing piece until it eventually fell off. We had the dealer install the kit, and now it's easy-peasey.
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I setup an amazon wishlist when our neighbors picked up a camper the year after we did. I just went through and everything I got on amazon I added to the list:

https://amzn.com/w/3N0Q69W77HMJF

There are a couple of things not on there like the leveling pads:
RV Utility Blocks camper Jack Pads Trailer Levelers motorhome Leveling Stacker | eBay

but it's got most of the basic things on there.
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Old 03-01-2016, 09:21 PM   #16
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I setup an amazon wishlist when our neighbors picked up a camper the year after we did. I just went through and everything I got on amazon I added to the list:

https://amzn.com/w/3N0Q69W77HMJF

There are a couple of things not on there like the leveling pads:
RV Utility Blocks camper Jack Pads Trailer Levelers motorhome Leveling Stacker | eBay

but it's got most of the basic things on there.

Awesome, thank you!
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We sat down and made 3 lists when we got our TT
One was must-haves before first trip
Two was nice-to-haves we wanted pick up in first year or so
Three was the dream list that were just luxuries and not necessities

This was our must-have list
Water regulator
Surge protector
Sewer hose adapter
Fresh water hose
Water filter
Cable for TV
Bedding
Leveling blocks
Wheel chocks
In addition, we wanted a few containers, dividers, door hooks, plus we needed TV bracket since ours was not so equipped already

Our 2nd list had things like more storage options, extension cord for shore power, awning lights, cleaning supplies, better quality sewer hose, sewer hose support

Our 3rd list was, still is, things like pillows just for TT, wheel covers, screen room

Hope this helps
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