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Old 12-07-2017, 11:11 AM   #1
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What came with your trailer?

While watching a video walkthrough from Colonial, Patrick mentioned all the accessories that came with their trailer.
That got me thinking, what comes from the factory?

What did you find? Did it include a sewer hose? Water hose? Outlet tester? Other handy accessories?
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Old 12-07-2017, 11:15 AM   #2
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While watching a video walkthrough from Colonial, Patrick mentioned all the accessories that came with their trailer.
That got me thinking, what comes from the factory?

What did you find? Did it include a sewer hose? Water hose? Outlet tester? Other handy accessories?
Bought ours outside of Fort Worth and we got all the above and also received two nice levels that were mounted on the front and side of the trailer for leveling, a bit to put into an electric drill to lower the stabilizers, toilet paper, black tank tablets....hmmm, that may be it.
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Old 12-08-2017, 09:00 AM   #3
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When I picked mine up in Houston 5 weeks ago I got an adapter for 30a power, an inside power outlet tester, and a couple of doses for the black tank. The usual bed spreads, mebbe 10 pillows from AS.
Can't think of anything else... sure would've appreciated more too... buying new ...
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Old 12-08-2017, 09:32 AM   #4
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While watching a video walkthrough from Colonial, Patrick mentioned all the accessories that came with their trailer.
That got me thinking, what comes from the factory?

What did you find? Did it include a sewer hose? Water hose? Outlet tester? Other handy accessories?
Spare tire (no jack), 3 electrical adapters (110, 30 amp, 50 amp). No sewer hose, no water hose, no tester. Pretty typical. I am thinking dealers will be the ones that may or may not provide the little things, however pricing on your AS most likely will rise the more "handy accessories" provided by dealer.

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Old 12-08-2017, 10:01 AM   #5
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I am thinking dealers will be the ones that may or may not provide the little things, however pricing on your AS most likely will rise the more "handy accessories" provided by dealer.
I believe you're right. I was wondering if Airstream put a "welcome" package in the trailer. I got a awning rod and stabilizer jack crank. Nothing more. But I negotiated a pretty good price and got upgraded tires too. I wouldn't change anything, but the dealer told me nothing else came with the unit.
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What came with your trailer?

Besides the circuit tester and owners manuals, I also got a door mat and the original stands that came with the televisions. Not much else was in that cardboard box.
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I believe most of the extras are supplied by dealership (as ours did).
A lot of them do provide starter hoses, connectors, etc., but just depends.
We also negotiated in very nice bedsheets as well (not much it was something).
Thinking the only things Airstream "throws in" (at least on Flying Cloud) are the awning stick, jack crank, floormat, spare tire, owners manual kit, bedspread(s) and ten-thousand pillows.
At least that's what came with ours.
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ten-thousand pillows.
At least that's what came with ours.
Ha! Yes, I spent much of my time trying to store all the pillows. They look great but take up too much space. I'm taking the stock bedspread and storing it in one of those vacuum space bags and using a real comforter.
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Yep - exactly what we did.
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