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Backup Lights

I have added backup lights to every camper I've owned.

Fantastic vent

My Forest River Wildcat came from the factory with a Fantastic Vent. I really liked that thing.

Dexter EZ Flex

I had many problems with spring shackles on my Forest River Wildcat. So when we purchased the Keystone Copper Canyon I already had the Dexter EZ Flex kit in hand and installed it before taking the first trip.

Retractable AC Cord

I use a cheap 1/2 inch drill to lower and raise the rear stabilizer jacks. To make that process easy I installed a retractable AC cord reel in the storage area.

Raise Spare Tire

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Generator Wiring and Power Transfer Relay

I have a Honda EU3000i generator and I love the thing. I bought it in Dec 2002 and have over 1000 hours on it. If it quit tomorrow I would buy another one just like it. It runs the AC with no problem. When we are just trying to get some miles behind us we will often over night in a WalMart parking lot or a truck stop. Having power gives us a lot of flexibility.
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Water Filter

My previous Wildcat came with a water filter. I purchased carbon filters from Lowes for about $9 for a pack of two. The carbon filters removed most of the taste and smell of fluorine in the various water systems we encountered over the years.
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