RV NEWBIE Setup and Tear Down (Our Moving day CHECKLIST)[EPISODE 38 PLATT365]



New to the RV world? Interested in how to setup camp? Wondering how to pack everything up to hit the road? This video is for you. Even if you have been doing this for years, you might pick up a few tricks from this video.

We started this adventure 5 months ago with NO RV EXPERIENCE. Everything we have put together from this video is from trial and error. Sometimes more error than we would like to admit. In the last 5 months, we have moved every 3-5 days. We do this so that we can see more of the country than if we stayed for a week or two. By moving this frequently, we have put together a checklist of not just what to do while moving but also what order to do them in.

Please feel free to comment below if there are better ways to setup and tear down. We are still NEWBIES and welcome any advice you would like to give.

Let us know if you are interested in the equipment we use. We are thinking about doing a video explaining how we found the equipment we purchased and the pros and cons of that equipment.

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8 thoughts on “RV NEWBIE Setup and Tear Down (Our Moving day CHECKLIST)[EPISODE 38 PLATT365]

  • April 15, 2020 at 11:26 pm
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    Great video I have a Grand Design Reflection 337 RLS 20/20 this helped a lot thank you.

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  • April 15, 2020 at 11:26 pm
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    Leveling that 5th wheel with nothing attached to it would give me anxiety. It seems like the leveling system on those rigs are much better than on our motorhome.

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  • April 15, 2020 at 11:26 pm
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    You can use any kind of water hose you want to flush your black tank. What is IMPORTANT is that you use ONLY a potable water hose for your fresh water and that you NEVER use that same hose to connect to the flush for your black tank. Your freshwater hose should be used for connecting to your city/potable water and ONLY to your city/potable water. Never cross contaminate. Good video, guys.

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