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Old 04-10-2011, 04:24 PM   #1
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HomeDepot of the RV WORLD?

Ok what are names of some RV stores? I know there are none in my small town area, but what are some big name stores that specialize in RV merchandise, hardware and equipment?
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Old 04-10-2011, 04:39 PM   #3
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Camping World is a well-known RV store, and there are locations across the U.S. (though they can be kind of spread out).

If we're in a random city and need to pick something up, googling "trailer supply" sometimes brings up good results (rather than just searching RV keywords).

Hope this helps!
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Camping World tends not to be a bargain, unless you catch a sale. You will generally find better deals at RV Motorhome Parts and Camper Supplies : RV Water Pump : RV Accessories Parts : RV Tank : RV Store : Motorhome Covers : RVUpgradeStore.com and Used RVs, Motorhomes, and Consigned sales - PPL Motor Homes

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Not RV specific (they do have some RV accesories) but I can spend hours walking around a Cabela's.

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Camping World

The others just follow from behind in comparison to Camping World. Just like any purchase you make, you must shop around, but usually Camping World is hard to beat for selection and price. The other thing is the service. The store we use in Chichester, New Hampshire is the best service retailer in the chain. The manager is a real sweety and goes out of her way to recommend products to use, that she felt were a better choice than what we had selected. We had to return some products that we had a problem with and they were replaced with no arguement. If you shop over the internet, the shipping is out the door and at your door promptly. I find them hard to beat.
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+1 for cabela's. But I am an avid hunter and shooter so any exuse to go there is good with me.
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Most Wall Marts have an RV section with most need supplies; tolet paper, sewr and water hoses, various fitting etc. Camping World is exclusively RV and have an enormous selection but tend to be expensive compared to others.
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Here is another place on the north side Houston that is usually competitive.

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