Originally Posted by joshua32064
Rather than having a real show with representation from major RV manufacturers, there were two dealers with lots of cocky salesman trying to sell you whatever they could.
Inside the huge tent, I was expecting to see every type of RV accessory and device to help my RV experience and all I saw were traveling salespeople trying to sell everything from a $19.95 salsa maker to a $39 sweatshirt which was coated in rhinestones.
If you are looking for manufacturer's representatives as well as every RV accessory you can imagine, visit Elkhart, Indiana, instead.
I haven't spent much time there, but the time when I did visit, I was awed by all the RV stuff you can find. It has to be the RV capital of the world.
The place where I was having my hitch work done (Dan's) had two 3" hitch balls in stock on the shelf. I've only seen these once before, about 30 years ago, in California.
If it's for RV's, I'll bet you can find it in Elkhart.