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Old 07-31-2016, 08:17 PM   #1
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What will come with the trailer?

I bought a Vengeance 377V last week and will be picking it up this Wednesday. Do trailers usually come with power cord? Sewer hoses?
Also, this trailer has a half bath, so will I need two sewer hoses and one of those Y shaped splitters?
I have a shopping cart going on Amazon but I don't want to buy things that will come with the trailer.


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Old 07-31-2016, 08:25 PM   #2
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They will include a power cord, 25 ft average length. Depends on the dealer they might give you a starter kit with a 20 ft water hose, couple rolls of TP, plastic pressure regulator and dump hose, inexpensive one.

I would buy Rhino or other hi end sewer house and Y fittings. Electrical extension for you trailer, 30 or 50 amp, a good brass pressure regulator, 25 ft RV safe hose if camping in RV parks, more hose if rougher camping, outside mat as well.

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Old 07-31-2016, 08:25 PM   #3
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Sewer hoses will not come with normally. You could ask for it to be thrown in on the deal.
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Old 07-31-2016, 08:32 PM   #4
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you will want to upgrade water and sewer hoses. Probably 2 of each so you have enough. Extension cord maybe. Water filter. Pressure regulator. Progressive Industries EMS unit.
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make sure they come with batteries. may come with water filter (check on it). you may want a length of coax to attach to park cable if that is what you do. good tire pressure gauge. pouch to put all the various manuals into so they are all in one place. bottle of wine to enjoy when you are soaking it all in.
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Old 08-01-2016, 06:10 AM   #6
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The things included with the starter kit are usually junk. Buy yourself good quality supplies and keep the starter kit as a backup.

Be sure to buy a lug wrench and a jack because chances are your trailer won't come with either.

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A 6in clear pipe between your dump out and your hose is nice. That way you can see when the black water tank is running clear when you flush the tank.
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X2 to the above items....I would add a good (craftsman, snap on etc.) quality torque wrench and a deep socket (ours is 19mm). If your budget allows add an18v or 20v battery powered 1/2" impact "gun"....makes changing tires and any other tough nuts easier.
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Get the basics, Hose, power adapters, socket or lug wrench, sewer hose, then take it camping for a weekend. You may like myself find out the things you need are much different from what you initally envisioned.

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