10 Items you MUST buy for a New RV or Travel Trailer Camper!



If you’re a new RVer and just pulled off the lot with your new home, you may want to order a few items before you hit the road to adventure. In this video, we discuss the items that do not come standard with your RV and the best place to buy them!

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Individual Items as shows in this video:
RV Marine Water Filter with Hose Adapter
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Camco 50 Water Hose
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Brass Regulator
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Camco 20 Revolution RV Sewer Hose
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Camco Side-Winder Sewer Hose Support
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Camco RV-Toilet Treatment Pods
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Camco Fasten Leveling Blocks
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Wheel Chocks
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Camco Leveling Bubbles
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Power Adapter
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Coupler Lock
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Reese Dial View Clip On Mirrors
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Introduction Music:
Sleepy Jake – Silent Partner https://youtu.be/PrWOBcP1mVM
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Video Music:
Tonto – Silent Partner https://youtu.be/Ol_D-4AYgEE

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42 thoughts on “10 Items you MUST buy for a New RV or Travel Trailer Camper!

  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Along with a surge protector, you also should have a tester to make sure electric at hookup is wired correctly. One time with my uncle we had to go to three different sites because first two had hookups that failed with the tester.

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Thinking of customizing my factory built sprinter.
    Am quite amazed. No-one recommends a gas detector alatm. $20 battery operated velcroes to somewhere low out of sight. Might save your life one day. For sale everywhere.

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Aw! Your little boy reminds me of my son when he was this age. He’s adorable ❤️He looks very serious about all these things too. 😄

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    1. hand sanitizer
    2. paper towels
    3. ziplock bags
    4. wet wipes
    5. battery-powered light source (headlamp)
    6. collapsable furniture (chair, table…)
    7. bungie cords/other tiedowns
    8. a good book/musical instrument/non-technological entertainment
    9. tape
    10. solar panels
    Honorable mentions: magnetic hooks, window coverings, milk crates/baskets, trowel, broom

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    You need to have electrical surge protectors because some of these old parks in different places you never can tell you might be blowing the system out so you need do you need the electrical surge protector I've got 50 amp and 30 amp cuz you don't want any problems with your trailer you might be sitting there blowing out your computers and everything else

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Those little yellow blocks that keep your trailer from backing up the chocks those things are hard plastic and they'll break that made for heavy duty stuff you need to go to harbor freight get those black heavy-duty rubber once they'll last forever you can run over him whatever you won't hurt him

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    I just woke up but this adorable little kid yawning made me yawn even more…so I am going back to bed. I don't even own a trailer so I gues it was my destiny to have more sleep. Thanks cute kiddo 😂💖

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Well one of the things I see that you forgot is a is a surge protector that protects your RV against surges and bad Campground pistols second your wheel chocks are not the best you should get the rubber ones they're available on Amazon 3rd you're leveling systems okay but if you want a better one there is something called Level mate Pro failboat Amazon and your water pressure regulators okay but the best one out there is also available at Amazon and it's one with a gauge and it's adjustable you also should get an inflation device or a tire pressure gauge there's some other stuff you should get most of my information comes from either the rvgeeks or love your RV. Com also keep your daydream and rv education 101 and all those YouTubers RVing for 5 10 years minimum and have really good videos on their channels

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Great to see a family doing activities that encourage togetherness

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    I would get rid of the plastics wheel chocks and get the heavy duty rubber wheel chocks at Harbor Freight when they are on sale. Many time more efficient!

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Great tips 👍👍. Just bought my first GD travel trailer yesterday … Any tips for keeping the exterior up being my trailer is not sitting under covered shelter ?

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    #1. Filter. Get one that has 20,000 Gal
    #2. 50' foot house, Yes Drinking water (WHITE). No Garden.. OMG you will hate the flavor.. (WHITE) NO OTHER COLORS.(colors are used for masarators that pump waist black and gray tank waters away from the unit. This is why you want white for drinking water and other colors for your waist.)
    #3. You want a "Adjustable High Pressure Regulator with Gauge" . This one at 40-50 psi is low for our RV… We us 80 psi (not all RVs can take above 50 psi do check your specs)
    #4. 20' feet. sewer house. 100% YES! Also comes with a 4-in-1 adapter that used to stop smells from getting out.
    #5. Sewer hose Supports. You only need one and they last a lone time.
    #6. We have never used them tank drops… Keep a health tank and you will never need them.,.. (Waist of money in my book)
    #7. Fasten.. Maybe for a light trailer, but Class A that are over 33,000 lbs you crush them like popcorn..
    #8. Wheel chocks… Again ok for tails and small RV's. Our class A rolls over the top of them…
    #9. Bubbles… Small trailers/Small RV's without Auto leveling system
    #10 Power Adapters. You should have one all the way to the 115v…
    50 amp to 30 amp to 115v
    Most:
    Class A – 50 amp – If you have a 50 amp you will also need a 30 amp and 120v adapters.
    Class B – 50/30 amp
    Class C – 50/30 amp
    Trailers – 30 amp
    popup Trailers 120v
    Check your rig.

    LAST ONE…..
    Surge Protection is a MUST!!! With all the computers, TVs and other stuff you need to save them..
    https://hughesautoformers.com/
    Best to install this in one of your bays where you dont have to mess with it.. (I would not leave this at the power pole)

    PEST!! Mouse Glue Traps
    Do take something for rats as it happens and they will eat threw your nice new RV. ( GLUE TRAPS )
    Others you have to set and they will go off once you start to move your RV.. Glue trap is ready to go even when your moving….. Something to think about.

    Tire/ Pressure Monitoring System.
    You dont with the weekend and your going home. You may not even know you have a flat until you pull your trailer/Car miles down the road….

    All this stuff for less then $1,500

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Some Home Depot's have a bay for mobile home's & RV's. Usually on the heat and air aisle adjacent to plumbing aisle. Most of the YouTube top ten items for new campers are here cheaper than Amazon.

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Get 2 10 foot sewer hoses, having a hose too long can be a pain in the rear. A good toolbox with tools, make sure you have a tool to fit all screws also other connections.

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    I would add a hitch receiver lock (travel trailers).. Hitches aren’t cheap. Add a black water hose just for rinsing out tank and sewer hoses. You don’t want to use your drinking hose for that. I have a socket for my impact motor that fits my leveling jacks instead of using the hand wrench. Great info

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Good advice I bought a 23 foot jayco a year ago ,really like it the products he mentions are a good idea to have ..if you're thinking about buying a travel trailer remember to be sure your vehicle is rated to tow it…check your capacity ratings…avoid purchasing items at the RV dealer if you can ..you can find every thing you need online for much cheaper..

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    Want to avoid having a tire blowing out and losing control of your vehicle? Tires age even if they have the full tread left and after 5 years should be replaced. If you bought a used RV, check the manufacturing date on the tires. Just google "tire manufacturing date code". The date of manufacture is the last four digits of the DOT code that is imprinted on the tire sidewall.

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  • April 28, 2020 at 2:14 pm
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    A black/gray water removal tank. Unless you are at a park where they will go to your site that will drain them for you. You are going to need this tank, and they aren’t cheap.

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