Where do you buy MOST of your RV parts and accessories?

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Where do you do most of your shopping for RV parts and accessories?

We’re talking about the physical location or online store you use the most often. Do you head down your local RV dealer’s parts store, or maybe there’s a Camping World nearby? Or do you just type Amazon.com into your computer or smartphone and place your order there, with delivery in a day or two? If you rely on a source not noted in the choices below, please leave a comment and tell us where you go for your RV stuff. Others, we’re sure, would like to know.

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CAREN KELLY
7 hours ago

I recently discovered a great parts store (new and used) near Edmonton Alberta called Young Farts with RV Parts youngfartsrvparts.ca/ – excellent service, great website and fast delivery all over Canada. Just order online and parts are delivered quickly.

Jon
2 days ago

We buy repair parts through the RV repair shop doing the repairs. Having lived fultime in our RV for almost 18 years, we pretty much have all the “accessories” we can afford.

Steve
2 days ago

I shop. Sometimes Amazon but for parts it is either a local RV repair shop or online from the likes of ETrailer.

LiVan_Life
3 days ago

Amazon for most accessories, and PPL for parts and other accessories such as slide trays for basement.

Jerome Friedman
3 days ago

PPL Motorhomes

Hank
3 days ago

We buy our from the Tiffin online store, or have friends there in Red Bay pick up items for us. We belong to a Tiffin Chapter and we all try to keep in touch with other members if go there!

Mike Albert
3 days ago

Being a new RV owner, I spread the wealth and my wife shops prices. While I avoid CW, we do use Amazon, Walmart and mostly the RV center where we purchased our Villagio. The dealer’s start up kit supplied has all of the necessities. The only additional items we bought, after reading the recommendations in RVtravel, were the surge protector and the water filter. There is a filter installed and n the tank, but we wanted one on the public supply too.
As a side note, thank you to the staff at this great publication for all of the knowledge and ideas!

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3 days ago
Reply to  Mike Albert

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Bob Weinfurt
3 days ago

My motorhome is 43 years old so I’m reluctant to buy new pieces for it with the exception of some mechanical parts. Fortunately, there’s an auto salvage yard near-by that has several old ones in it. Sure saves on down time and expenses.

Chuck
3 days ago

I purchase from a local independent RV store and Amazon, depending on how quick I need the items.

Dave
3 days ago

Amazon.ca

Tom
3 days ago

Walmart for chemical. Local RV parts place for MH stuff and local auto parts store for most engine parts.

KellyR
4 days ago

Mom and Pop every chance I get.

Steve
4 days ago

Walmart for chemicals, water and sewer hoses, water bladders, power cables, electrical adapters, antifreeze, batteries, toilet paper, groceries while traveling, vacuum cleaner, electric heater, coffee pot, rugs, lawn chairs, outdoor mat, and many other items I can’t think of right now.

Jeff
1 day ago
Reply to  Steve

I’m sure the mom and pop stores appreciate that. Walmart has ruined small town America!

wanderer
4 days ago

I try to use independent RV shops, avoiding CW. Occasionally the RV section at a Walmart. For major stuff, I have found I can rely on “etrailer”, they have fantastic helpful people and don’t freak out about having things sent to you on the road.

Tim Bear
4 days ago

I buy minor mtnce bits & pieces @ Walmart, some more specific replacement parts @ RV parts or dealers, and large/costly items(a/c, last month) directly from Tiffin (we have an Open Road). A/C from Tiffin cost $475+$100 installation vs $12-1500+$300 installation from a local dealer.

Wayne
4 days ago

WalMart

Mary Martin
4 days ago

Amazon and eBay

Dennis G
4 days ago

We primarily have used Amazon, but we have used numerous online shops for chassis suspension parts, tires, brakes, and specialty cabinet trim hardware.

len clancy
4 days ago

cheyenne camping center

Debbie Ann Hansen
4 days ago

If I am having work done that I am unable to do myself I take my trailer to my favorite small business owner. if it is something I can do I use Amazon or other online sources.