Whether you’re looking for camping supplies, motor homes or pop up trailers, or mechanical accessories to travel trailers, such as rv awning light sets, there are plenty of resources that can offer you accessories for a price – a high price or possibly a low price. If you are shopping at retail stores like Target or Sears, then expect to pay top dollar. Have you ever thought about shopping at an RV store or RV dealership? While camping supplies might be priced intermediately, unless you meet a very friendly dealer (or know somebody) the RV store will probably charge you the full price for any RV part you need. It’s convenient to buy merchandise with an RV vendor, so of course you will be paying extra for that convenience.
Used and new RV parts and other camper accessories can be found on the Internet, from online vendors who discount prices from the RV stores (since they do not worry about overhead costs for a rented or leased location) as well as wholesalers who offer prices just slightly above manufacturing costs. Some popular wholesalers online include RV Wholesalers, DTI Parts, and BR Wholesale RV and Marine. These vendors are ideal for ordering parts, whereas camping supplies from The Sportsman’s Guide. RV Toy Outlet is a good site for recreational gadgets to accompany your travel, like GPS units, lights and cameras. If you have a dealer’s license then you can check out www.WholesaleCentral.com for the best prices dealer to dealer.
Used parts and supplies are another option that’s not as shaky as it sounds, provided you thoroughly inspect the used part and make sure it is in good working condition. Trailer parts and camper parts are available from auction sites like Ebay Motors, as well as classified ads in your newspaper and from RV Trader on line. On Ebay, you can find parts, patch kits, replacement fabric, hangers and clamps for travel trailer awnings.
While there are plenty of sources for camping supplies, only a careful search and comparison between many vendors will give you the best bargain on Coleman camper accessories.
Article By Adam O’Connor, www.RVTravelPro.com
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