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wbwood

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Posted: 02/14/14 11:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a couple hundred bucks to spend at Camping World. I can't think of anything specific that we really need. Might be nice to get a new and nicer sewer hose and maybe one of those pvc holders for it that attach to the bumper. But it's not necessary. Also though of some introductory solar. But can't buy much with that little money there. Maybe a couple of 18W panels for 36W total. Won't really do much for me, I don't think.

So I would love to hear some suggestions out there. Maybe someone will mention something I haven't thought of.


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You can always find something in the Dump Isle.

Or:
Patio carpet
Step carpet
Eu2000 cover
Wingman
SensarPro
Weber 100 BBQ
Eternabond
Dicor
One of THESE
Hose
Regulator
Awning Screen
LED's

The one thing I wouldn't go to CW for is anything solar. That's just not what they do.


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Just wander around. I've never walked out of one empty handed yet. There's something you can't live without. Oh, and have some backup for that $200.


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I have to say that after a VERY long time. I finally replaced my old Red Sewer hose and purchased one of the Newer Rhino Flex hoses. So far, I like the way it extends and collapses....just a thought.


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SCVJeff wrote:

You can always find something in the Dump Isle.

Or:
Patio carpet
Step carpet
Eu2000 cover
Wingman
SensarPro
Weber 100 BBQ
Eternabond
Dicor
One of THESE
Hose
Regulator
Awning Screen
LED's

The one thing I wouldn't go to CW for is anything solar. That's just not what they do.


some great ideas there...thanks

wbwood

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Jim Shoe wrote:

Just wander around. I've never walked out of one empty handed yet. There's something you can't live without. Oh, and have some backup for that $200.


LOL...I don't mind going over by about $20, but I gotta remain strong...lol

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Acampingwewillgo wrote:

I have to say that after a VERY long time. I finally replaced my old Red Sewer hose and purchased one of the Newer Rhino Flex hoses. So far, I like the way it extends and collapses....just a thought.


That's what I am thinking of getting, plus the pvc tube to store it in...

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Propane firepits are nice.

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Instead of spending the $200 for some RV stuff, consider donating to a worthy cause of your choice.......might make you feel good knowing someone is getting a benefit of your good will.

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jkbrea wrote:

Propane firepits are nice.


Already have the little red campfire

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