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Old 09-01-2014, 09:19 AM   #11
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Thank you very much for taking the time to put this together. I am looking forward to using it!
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Old 04-01-2017, 11:58 AM   #12
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In my order of importance:

Maxxis or Carlisle tires, balanced with metal stems
Wet bolts
Surge protector (portable 50A for future use)
Water pressure regulator and inline water filter
TPMS
A good bottle jack (and a good bottle of Jack) and torque wrench
Pancake air compressor
SteadyFast stabilizers
Two, 6V golf cart batteries
Andersen levelers
Fastway one step chock
MaxxAir vent covers
Extra water hose (total 50')
Extra Rhino tank drain hose
QD propane connection for the Weber Q
Batwing antenna booster
Coax for park TV hookup
Portable ice maker
Flagpole Buddy flagpole and flag
LED bulbs
Oxygenics shower head
Step covers
Interior bling, as desired.
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Old 04-18-2017, 07:50 AM   #13
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Just purchase Bullet 248 RKS but haven't picked it up yet. Does it come with any of this stuff? Hoses, Cords etc?
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Old 04-18-2017, 07:55 AM   #14
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Just purchase Bullet 248 RKS but haven't picked it up yet. Does it come with any of this stuff? Hoses, Cords etc?

Welcome to the forum!!
All the stuff needed to enjoy your new trailer is not included from the factory. Your dealer may throw some stuff in, but I think that would be rare.
During your walk through I'm sure the person doing it will be happy to help you make a list and direct you to the parts department. Pretty much everything you will need can be purchased on Amazon or your local big box store for less money.
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Old 04-18-2017, 08:02 AM   #15
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Just purchase Bullet 248 RKS but haven't picked it up yet. Does it come with any of this stuff? Hoses, Cords etc?
DONT'T buy stuff at the dealer, unless they give you a credit or coupon. It is almost always all WAY over priced. Amazon and Wmart are your friend in this case. I have always gotten a "starter kit" when buying, but that is up to the dealer. Ask if it comes with a starter kit or anything. The power cord "should" come with it from the factory. Anything else is up to what the dealer might throw in.
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Old 04-18-2017, 08:32 AM   #16
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Just purchase Bullet 248 RKS but haven't picked it up yet. Does it come with any of this stuff? Hoses, Cords etc?


When I returned to pick up our new 5r from the dealer, it was plugged into shore power for the walk through and demo. A couple hours later (they had to install the hitch in my truck) I was headed home, ~80 miles away. When I got home I discovered they failed to put the shore power cord in the trailer!!! Luckily I had about 4 days between the pickup and actually using the trailer and they drop shipped the cord to my home within a couple days. Thankfully I didn't discover the cord was missing at night while trying to get setup at a site in the dark while it was stormy....


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Old 10-28-2018, 07:37 AM   #17
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Slowpoke, thank you for your kindness and generosity in putting together this list and publishing it for us rookies!!

Tools like this make the process of getting started just a little bit less daunting!

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Old 12-02-2018, 07:25 AM   #18
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Wish I Found This Earlier!

I wish I would have seen this information earlier, and I also wish I would have bought a Keystone instead of my super junked out Eclipse toy hauler.

We were the typical brand new, never RV'd before suckers. Our inspection was really less that two minutes long when we were hooking it up to the truck. We bought our Eclipse toy hauler and walked outside. The dealer goes, its all ready, we checked everything on your trailer and you are all set!

Having never done this before I thought, oh ok how nice, It's brand new, what could possibly be wrong.

DAY ONE, kitchen sink drain broken, toilet leaks in the back....and overflows, the water heater does not work, the regular heater does not work, the fridge does not work, the shower leaks, the roof leaked and soaked everything and on and on and on....



Our Eclipse Stellar toy hauler and just been a nightmare from day one. Now it is out of warranty and still breaking. In the months we have had it has been in service longer than my house and I have used it 1.5 times.

BUY A KEYSTONE....USE A CHECKLIST....AND NEVER EVER EVER BUY AN PRODUCT MADE BY ECLIPSE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES INC - Review

We are working on selling it right now and will be buying a Keystone shortly, hope to see you all out there!
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Old 12-02-2018, 07:39 AM   #19
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Terrible story

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I wish I would have seen this information earlier, and I also wish I would have bought a Keystone instead of my super junked out Eclipse toy hauler.

We were the typical brand new, never RV'd before suckers. Our inspection was really less that two minutes long when we were hooking it up to the truck. We bought our Eclipse toy hauler and walked outside. The dealer goes, its all ready, we checked everything on your trailer and you are all set!

Having never done this before I thought, oh ok how nice, It's brand new, what could possibly be wrong.

DAY ONE, kitchen sink drain broken, toilet leaks in the back....and overflows, the water heater does not work, the regular heater does not work, the fridge does not work, the shower leaks, the roof leaked and soaked everything and on and on and on....



Our Eclipse Stellar toy hauler and just been a nightmare from day one. Now it is out of warranty and still breaking. In the months we have had it has been in service longer than my house and I have used it 1.5 times.

BUY A KEYSTONE....USE A CHECKLIST....AND NEVER EVER EVER BUY AN PRODUCT MADE BY ECLIPSE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES INC - Review

We are working on selling it right now and will be buying a Keystone shortly, hope to see you all out there!
What a lousy way to start your RV experience! My wife and I are just lucky as we were referred to the Dealership and had no experience, the dealership just happened to sell Couger and has a tremendous loyal customer base.

We got an initial "walk through" and spent a night in our new unit right in the dealership parking lot... Lol.. The dealership then winterized it and is storing it for us until the new year. They will then do a second walk through with us before hitting the road.

If any of you are on Vancouver Island, I recommend Greg's RV in Duncan.

Good luck with your sale.
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