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Old 05-04-2014, 07:09 PM   #1
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New RVer, what options to add??

Picking up a Kodiak 292 on May 24th, adding enough etrack and condor chocks for three bikes. First long trip set for mid-June. What parts/options/goodies would be a good add. Water regulator? Power cords? Surge protection? Give me your thoughts since I'm very wet behind the ears!!!

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Old 05-04-2014, 11:14 PM   #2
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Boondocking or campground?
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Old 05-04-2014, 11:55 PM   #3
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Most of what we have planned is campgrounds or racetracks. Racetracks generally have electric only or we would run a generator.
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Another 50 ft water hose.
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Surge protector! I have known two campers that plugged into the campground grid and the fried their units. I went with a portable Progressive Industries model (so I can keep it if I change units).
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Where to start. Wheel chocks, 30 to 15 amp adapter, Jack & lug wrench, tools, level bubbles mounted on (front) left side & left front side. After your first trip keep a note book & write down the things you need. You'll find adding to that list all the time.
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Where to start. Wheel chocks...
I've had all sorts of different types of wheel chocks...
these Fastway chocks are the best I've every owned.
Their expensive, I paid $150 for a set...
but I would highly recommend them.

Fastway Trailer Products - Fastway ONEstep Tandem Axle Chock

Here's a link to a great price!!!

Fastway OneStep Tandem Axle Wheel Chock - Wheel Chocks & Jack Stands - Jacks & Levelers
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