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Old 04-15-2011, 06:20 PM   #1
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I have been trying to find a thread that specifically discusses this, but haven't found it yet, so here goes:

I am planning to finish a complete shell off restoration of my Overlander this summer. Having an old trailer, I am not only repairing things, but replacing things, and each area- i. e. electrical, tankage, frame, etc., I can research separately.

What I'm looking for is a basic List on what is necessary to go camping.

Brake controller. Some type of anti-sway hitch. Jacks & blocks? Generator? Extension cord/s? Slinky hose/s? Bucket, sponge & soap? These are the things that seem obvious but you see, I've never done this before...

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Old 04-17-2011, 07:03 PM   #2
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Actually you don't NEED much. AS you travel along, you'll come up with things that you'd like to have, and there is usually a Wal-Mart fairly close by. Just get good at list making. We spend a lot of nights in their parking lots, and usually do a fair amount of shopping, on arrival or prior to up stake'n.
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When we started out we bought what we needed as we went along and have dumped a lot items we thought we could not live with out. Everybody is different but after 5 -10 trips you will have it down to a science. The one thing I did not even think about was a set of chains until we were caught in a early snow last fall in Montana. Have Fun!
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There's a 'sticky' thread in the top of the On The Road forum... tells you everything you need:

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f42/...ring-3099.html
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