What supplies needed for new HTT

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  1. RockyRoo

    RockyRoo Just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD

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    Something else worth looking into that I didn't think about that West Coast Canuck mentioned was the Maxx Air II covers. Very nice to have. I have them on both of my vents. Technically, the regular Maxx Air cover is not rated for fan vents, but the Maxx Air II is rated for low power vents. Considering the price difference from the Fan Mate I went with the Maxx Air II over my bath vent and it works fine, no issues. If you don't have them yet they are a good addition.
     
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    Snow Well-Known Member

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    I have 3 packs of 10, 4 singles and 4 caps for lynx levelers .. Have had to use all 34 levelers at times ...
     
  3. RockyRoo

    RockyRoo Just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD

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    I've thought about getting some caps but what purpose do they really serve?
     
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    Snow Well-Known Member

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    I use them on top of the levelers I put under the stabs .. gives the sandpads a flat surface ..... I have seen others use them under the wheels to provide a flat surface for the chocks to sit on ...
     
  5. RockyRoo

    RockyRoo Just because you CAN doesn't mean you SHOULD

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    OK, that was what I had thought about doing with them, either under the scissors or under the tongue jack or both
     
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    Snow Well-Known Member

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    Yes .. I have also used the caps under the tongue jack as well ... I normally use my chunk of RR tie under the tongue, but have had a few sites where that was too big ...

    I also have one clean (never used outside) lynx block I use inside the trailer when towing.. this lynx block is used for the rearbed support that the older Outback Models really should have (first mod most owners do ..)
     
  7. Loraura

    Loraura New Member

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    Don't forget a lug nut wrench the correct size to change a camper tire. Don't assume that what works for your tv will work for the trailer.

    A couple of extension cords (outdoor and indoor varieties).
     
  8. clif1025

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    I have found having 2 drinking water hoses, and a 30 amp extension cord for your camper power are both nice to have. It seems like some of the parks we have been to lately have the hookups toward the front of the site, and with our hookups toward the rear of the camper it has come in very handy to let us park where we want to park on the site, not where we have to, in order to reach.
     
  9. mschepac

    mschepac South Jersey

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    These are the chocks I built. Using a HF pipe clamp. Works great!
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    And here are the HF $10 (for 4) wheel covers...
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    Nice. Gonna have to do this


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