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Old 03-26-2016, 09:22 PM   #15
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We're currently assembling a list of things we will really need to get vs things that are nice but could do without (at least for a while). It looks like the previous owner removed a lot -- for example, there's the power cord but no hoses (those are 'need' category). Any suggestions are most welcome.

You can get those hoses at Walmart in different lengths. Back by the auto section you'll find 'em, there's an RV section there. Make sure it's the white hose for potable water. There are other stores to find them as well, the potable water part is key for fresh water supply. A regular garden hose can be used for the tank flush inlet if you have one.

I recommend Rhino sewer hose set up. The kit comes complete and is brownish hose with orange fittings. Don't forget your black tank treatment chemicals too. I get those dis-solvable packets at Walmart. There's several brands of these, the Camco stuff has worked fine for me. They come in a Spring scent and citrus also. It is also available in liquid form, but I personally have found the packets easier. After tank empty, just flush one with 2 to 3 gallons of water and you're set.

There's a couple of the "need" things covered.
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Hello and welcome to IRV2. Good luck selling your S & B. When we first went fulltime, we had a 31' Class C. It didn't take us long to trade for a 37' Class A. Enjoy your search.
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