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Old 06-13-2013, 03:27 PM   #1
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RV Equipment and Parts Online - Where to go?

Hi all,

Just purchased a TT after may years away from the RV world. I'm feeling a bit like a newbie.

I'm looking for a good place on the web to by RV products such as hoses, truck mirror extensions, chocks, etc. Local RV stores are so over priced but I'm unsure where to go.

What's the best place with the best price and selection?

Thanks so much for all the input!!!

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Old 06-13-2013, 03:29 PM   #2
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Amazon is a pretty good place
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X2 On Amazon. Great prices.

Camping World internet sale prices are sometimes better than anywhere else, but like all things, just gotta shop!

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Old 06-13-2013, 04:30 PM   #5
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There are many RV parts stores on line...most are cheaper than CW. Bing "RV parts" that's a good starting point.
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Old 06-13-2013, 04:40 PM   #6
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I hate to give them business, but Wal-Mart has a large selection of RV products, I recently bought a Rino Sewer hose there and it was about $10.00 cheaper than Camping World's sale price.
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check out the online parts store at The Original RV Wholesalers - RV Sales, RV Parts, RV Dealer, RV Super Store Dealer, 5th Wheel, Forest River also RV Parts, RV Accessories RV Supplies Priced Low has great prices on most items.
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Old 06-13-2013, 09:29 PM   #9
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+1 on the Amazon and Camping World suggestions. I frequently get things from there. It's definitely made my Amazon Prime membership worth the money!

Someone else mentioned Walmart as a great place to pick up some of the common little stuff that it doesn't make sense to order and wait for.

Welcome to IRV2 and hope you enjoy your TT!
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Originally Posted by JC2 View Post
Yeah, that! We also buy a lot of stuff from Amazon and Walmart.
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etrailer is good as well.
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If you know the part numbers of the engine stuff then you can get most of them at an auto parts store. You can replace any furniture in there with any thing you want from any furniture store you want. You can replace most plumbing stuff from any place like Home Depot or Lowe's. You can buy any thing you want for it from any store you want.
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I am not cheap, but resourceful. I have found many quality items at yard sales, ebay/craigslist and Goodwill/thrift stores. Some examples: I bought a $900 dollar B&W Companion 5th wheel hitch on craigslist for $400, slightly used. I bought a brand new set of $29 tire covers from Goodwill for $3.99, brand new sewer hose & connections for $8.99. I bought two new Maxxair II vent covers on ebay for $75 including shipping, about the price you'd pay for one in the RV store. I bought some barely used "X" chocks and a kingpin tripod for $35 at a yard sale. A nice $300 metal 5th wheel tailgate for $100 on craigslist. A set of nearly new Hummer H2 8 lug truck wheels for $100- these usually sell for $400-$600. I've bought new gauges, filters and fluids for my diesel truck at amazing prices-people move and can't take things like coolant, oil and trans fluid. Keep your eyes open and you would be amazed at the bargains you can find!!
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I search eBay, Walmart, amazon and Craig's list, saved lots of money as well buying some things used.

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