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Old 02-19-2012, 06:11 PM   #1
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Pop up to Hybrid needed supplies

Hello! I am new owner of a Jayco x23f hybrid. We are upgrading from a Coachman Clipper 1280ST and I have a few questions. We are mainly weekend campers but we camp quite a bit at the Ohio State Parks. We only use the electric sites. We never used the freshwater tank for the pop-up.
1. What type of supplies would be needed. (we have levelers, freshwater hose, misc tools, etc.)
2. Any suggestions as to not necessary but possibly useful ittems.

Thanks for any suggestions I have really enjoyed all the different posts.
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Old 02-20-2012, 05:46 PM   #2
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What part of Ohio are you from. O, I see your tag says "Avon". Were in the SE suburbs of Cleveland. We also do state parks 90% of the time. We frequent: West Branch, Findley, Mohican, Mosquito, Hocking Hills and many more...We were just at Findley over Thanksgiving.

If you look towards the bottom of the threads list you will see "North Central Region" there will be other Ohio campers posting there.

Here is a copy & paste from a list I posted for another newbee camper last week:

Here are a few things that might not show up on a list

~ tools
~ a bottle of assorted: screws, bolts, nuts, washers, fasteners....
~ extra hitch pins and clips for trailer to tow cycle
~ duck tape, electrical tape
~ silicon spray, WD-40
~ some rope (just never know)
~ extra plastic drain plug for water heater
~ sewing kit
~ extra fuses
~ assortment of electrical adapters 20 to 30, 30 to 50, 50 to 30
~ extra length of electrical power cord
~ Water thief ( used it twice in the last 7 years)
~ water regulator
~ water fill hose with shut-off
~ awning de-flappers and anchor kit
~ awning light hangers ( we have ones with velcro to hold our patio lights)
~ extra interior light bulbs
~ Small bow saw
~ extra spring clamps
~ sewer hose with 90 degree elbow
~ small tarp
~ small container of assorted hose clamps
~ telescoping pole with brush
~ small vacuum (Good luck with a Shark)
~ extra flashlight batteries
~ cabinet shelf liner (helps keep stuff in it place especially pots & pans)
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Great thanks for the list. I have most of that all ready some I didn't even think about.


We are from Avon and hit most of the state parks in our area. We love Findley (and mainly camp there), but we also like Punderson, West Branch (1 visit last October but loved it). We are going to Mosquito for a second visit this Memorial Day weekend. Maybe try and get to Hocking this year as well (my wife really wants to go there.

I'll have to keep an eye for you guys at the parks. Thanks again.
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We don't have any weeks reserved at any Ohio SP's this year. Were doing the Smoky's for 2 weeks, and 3 weeks at SP's in PA. (Cook Forest, Clear Creek and Laurel Hill)

Last year we did weeks at Hocking Hills, Mohican and Stonelick SP's.....

I usually get out to Findley the first or 2nd week in April as soon as they turn on the water.

He just sold out Aerolite hybrid Friday. Our new Aerolite hybrid is on order and hope to get it in March...
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