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Old 07-16-2013, 05:05 PM   #1
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Travel Trailer Trade-in Question

I have purchased a used 2006 Fleetwood Revolution LE and will be trading in my 30' pull behind travel trailer. When I take it to the dealer, what all should I give them with the trailer? Am I supposed to leave the water hose, drainage hose in the trailer? What about the leveling blocks? What about the hitch, sway bar, weight distribution bars?

Just not sure what is normal. I don't want to give up anything I will have to turn around buy again or those things I could turn around and sell.

Any info would be appreciated.
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I always took with me anything I needed on the next rig. Dealers provide "starter packs".
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Old 07-16-2013, 05:18 PM   #3
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If something came with and is an integral to the TT it most likely should go with it. The items you mention are not, IMO, an integral part of the TT so you should be able to keep them.
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Basically, leave them the trailer and the manuals. I keep hoses, regulators, sewer hose, electrical adapters (leave only the basic a cord),level blocks, wheel chocks.

Leave basically what came with the trailer from the manufacturer; bed spreads, furniture, appliances, mattress, etc., unless you make a note on the contract to specifically take certain major items like an upgraded mattress, recliners, etc.

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Basically, leave them the trailer and the manuals. I keep hoses, regulators, sewer hose, electrical adapters (leave only the basic a cord),level blocks, wheel chocks.

Leave basically what came with the trailer from the manufacturer; bed spreads, furniture, appliances, mattress, etc., unless you make a note on the contract to specifically take certain major items like an upgraded mattress, recliners, etc.

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I agree, the new owner will purchase what he needs after the dealer start up pack.
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Thanks everyone. That helps me. I am excited to pick it up Saturday!
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The only thing they care about is the fridge working, or not, and the bed is there! I got that from the horses mouth (CW).
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