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Old 06-29-2016, 08:21 AM   #29
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Make sure you have the appropriate amperage rating extension cord for your trailer power shore line.
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Wait!!. .. there's a cover for the power jack? Does it really need to be covered? When will my accessory buying end!!!!!!!!!😨
When at home I simply place the wash bucket over it. I could leave it there going down the road too, I suppose, but I generally leave it at home.
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All you need is a good wife !! Once she's done packing, you just have to remember a good set of tools.
If I left it up to her I'd have way more underwear than I need and not nearly enough beer.
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Old 06-30-2016, 08:08 AM   #32
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Aerospace 303 protectant. The best out there. Pricey but no silicone to dry out tires.

I buy it by the gallon. Been using it for 15 years.

303® Aerospace Protectant™ for long-lasting finish and shine
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Old 06-30-2016, 08:51 AM   #33
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Wait!!. .. there's a cover for the power jack? Does it really need to be covered? When will my accessory buying end!!!!!!!!!😨


https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Just helps keep the sun, water, and dust off it.
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Is there a device to assist in knowing when your camper is level? Thanks to all for your help! JR
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Yes, a small bubble level on the floor of the freezer.
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There are level apps for your cell phone that seem to be pretty accurate. Check your app store.
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LevelMatePRO - Wireless Vehicle Leveling System

THIS is pretty cool if you ask me for leveling
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In addition to the other stuff, ots of duct tape, plug-in air compressor, dicor in case a leak develops, a good tool kit, grease and gun, and a spare bearing kit...
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Cover for the power jack.

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Why the cover for the jack? Just curious
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