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Old 06-12-2021, 02:41 PM   #1
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Outfitting a new class C Motorhome

Hello, New to RVing and have a Winnebago View on order for first quarter delivery. What do I need to outfit a brand new unit? Cooking utensils, tools, etc.
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Welcome !!

Lots of good info here


Storage space for kitchen tools and hand tools play a big factor.



Outside chairs, BBQ, kitchen appliances etc. Tools include a good set of hand tools and I carry a battery operated drill w/ bits and screw driver tips. Can't have too many tools.
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Old 06-12-2021, 03:34 PM   #3
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Agree, can't have too many tools. I've got a garage full. The question what to pack in a class C and be aware of storage space and OCCC. I'd like to go slow and add as necessary and space as space permits. I'm thinking I might want more tools in the beginning and pare back if I can. I figure in a new one there will always things to tighten and adjust.
Any suggestions for light weight cooking utensils, etc.
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Hi ! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined us!

Congrats on the new rig! Let the adventure begin!

I would just take basic hand tools, and a cordless drill w/bits. You can probably borrow anything else you need from a neighbor or the campground maintenance guy.

Most folks take a small stepladder. I take a 4' stepladder and I find I rarely need anything taller.

I would take two 50' water hoses, one for freshwater and one for general use. I love the Zero G hoses. They collapse flat and can be rolled up on one of the plastic electrical cord reels. They are safe for drinking water and have a 5-year warranty!

I use two 10' sections of sewer hose and only use one of them most of the time. You'll want a clear 45-degree sewer fitting at the RV end so you can see when the water is clear when dumping. This adapter is really nice to have!
https://www.amazon.com/Camco-39317-F...84SB6N8C&psc=1

I use the blue Camco in-line water filter in the freshwater line to take out the big stuff. We have a high-quality carbon-block filter under the sink with a separate faucet. This filters out all the bad stuff down to 1/2 micron, and removes lead, mercury, etc. We use this for all the water we drink or cook with.

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Welcome to the forum and congrats on the new rig.

You are joining a good group of folks here with good information to share. Read the various threads here and ask questions as they come up or add information if you can.

Include a water filter and a water pressure gauge.

Good luck and enjoy the adventure!
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Nice to have you onboard with us.

Browse the forums and ask questions. You’ll find quite a few checklists at the following link: https://rv-roadtrips.thefuntimesguid..._rv_checklist/

Let us know if we can help you further.
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My advice is don't over buy, get the basic essentials, then learn as you go what you need. I bought my coach used, it came with a few accessory items, but not many, a couple of fresh water hoses, a sewer hose, a couple of power cord adapters, some tire covers, a pair a jack stands, a roll up outdoor rug, and a few other things (a few rolls of toilet tissue, black tank treatment, etc), but that is about it. Some of these items I have never used, there are also things that I have bought that I find I rarely or never use as well.
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Old 06-13-2021, 05:27 AM   #8
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Tony and Ruth, Thanks a lot of helpful things in that link.

All the best in your travels.

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