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Old 02-25-2016, 07:01 PM   #1
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New TT accessory list

So I'm buying a Jayco 26BH in a few days. Is there a list out there of recommended accessories that I need to buy? For example, what's the best sewer hose to buy? Just a check list or something to guide a new TT owner.
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Old 02-25-2016, 10:50 PM   #2
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New TT accessory list

I went with a Rhino Flex Sewer hose setup. Very durable. Grab a sewer hose support while you are at it too. Camco makes a nice one.

If your unit has a sewer flush built in, grab a water hose and mark the ends with red paint or something. This should only be used with the sewer flusher as to not contaminate your water supply.

Leveling blocks are nice to have. I grabbed a set of "Lynx Levelers" with my first TT that has lasted me to my third unit now. It came with two wheel chocks, twenty Levelers and caps to make it easier to use your stabilizers on them.

Grab an extension cord for the amperage of your unit. Mine has been used fairly infrequently , but man what a life saver it was the few times I needed a few extra feet! Same thing with your water hose. Grab an extra one.

I can keep on going!!!!!!! Hope this helps
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Old 02-26-2016, 05:49 AM   #3
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Our top ten must haves thread;

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f1...ting-5081.html


Various polls including sewer hose poll:

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f1...ral-10057.html
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x2 on the Rhino Flex and support. As for your hoses, I have white for my fresh water, make sure you buy at least a 50 footer because some campsites the spigots are not necessarily close to your trailer connection. When you're not using the hose, screw the ends together to keep junk out. I have a grey colored hose for anything but fresh water. Buy yourself a "water bandit" for those dry campsites that don't have spigots with threads on them.
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Family and I just ordered our first TT, too! Congrats and hope it goes well. I've been reading this forum for a few weeks and based on my reading, here is a list we put together:

30 amp Extension
30 amp female to 15 amp male
30 amp female to 50 amp male
Water pressure regulator
Hose Filters
Drinking water hose 50'
Hose elbow
Rhino Flex tank kit 15ft
Porta Pak chemical
RV Dry lubricant
Awning cleaner
Latex gloves for black water
Wheel Chocks
Level Blocks
Blocks for the jacks
Drill adapter for stabilizer
Black water hose
Level for trailer
Portable tool set
Popup Gizmos
Sewer Hose levels
Cordless Impact drill
RV surge protector

We are working our way through the list and somethings might be redundant for you but figured, I'd share.
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Family and I just ordered our first TT...snip
Congratulations on the TT and welcome to the JOF.
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Old 02-27-2016, 04:19 PM   #8
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All very helpful lists and links. Thanks guys! I just ordered it today so I have about 4-6 weeks to buy all of this stuff.
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I discovered buying the TT took about 80% of the budget. Getting the necessary "stuff" to go camping took the remaining 50% of the budget.
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LOL Well said!
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