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Old 04-04-2014, 04:14 PM   #1
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Wooo hooo Picking up our camper Tuesday!

We have finally done it ! We pulled the trigger and brought a Shamrock 21dk hybrid!!!! WE have to drive to Indiana to get it put who cares! Got a steal on it.
I'm so excited I don't know what to do first! Yikes
Yal'll help me out,, what other stuff do we need to take with us when we pick it up?
Got the prodigy p3 put on
Got the Tranny cooler on
Got the tow mirrors coming hopefully monday along with the chocks.
What else do we need to take?

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Old 04-04-2014, 04:20 PM   #2
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Congrats. The only advice I have is a credit card. That'll take care of it all . Post pics when you can.


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Interesting floorplan Shamrock 21DK Haven't seen one like that. It's like a shorter version of our's, but without a couch. When we bought ours 2 years ago, we traveled 2-1/2 hours to save a ton of money. Fact the price I was quoted over the phone left me speechless. I didn't know what to say. When they quoted me a price that was 50% less than the active offer I had received from my local dealer, I couldn't get the words out of my mouth to even try to negotiate a better price..

Just waiting for a weekend of good weather. We bought ours in Western Ohio.

What else do we need to take?
I would take a small tool box, just in case. Double check the tire pressure on the new trailer. On mine they had one side at 50psi and the other side at 25 & 30psi. I only assumed that they would have checked it on their prep. NOT ! Once hitched up, check to see all your trailer brake and turn signals are working.

I took a rug with me and took a look under the tt. Found that there was a bracket for the lower side wall trim that was not attached. Also the tub surround needed more caulk along the top edge. I took about 45 minutes to personally inspect before they did their PDI. The frig wouldn't light on gas, here there is a very small gas valve that was turned off. I had them fill it up with water, so I could run the pump and check under the cabinets for drips.

I got the Prodigy also...I like it...Just transferred it to my new Tundra with no problems.
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Thanks! I will do that. I will get a tool box with some basic tools just in case.
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