Five day cooler. Comes in handy on long trips or if you don't want to open your PUP to store items before a trip.
Stanley heater that is used to suplement the heat from the furnace.
Trailer Dolly. I've used this whenever I get back from a camping trip at night and my neighbors do not leave me much space to park.
Valley magnetic hitch aligner. Telescoping poles with magnets, and each has a bright yellow ball on the end. It extends up to 42" and collapses down to 13-1/2" for storage.
Ready to be hocked up.
Hitch balls come if a various sizes (1 7/8", 2" and 2 5/16"). They also have a variety of shaft diameters (3/4" 1" and 1 1/4") with their corresponding nuts.
You may need a this wrench to pull the 1 1/8" or 1 1/2" nuts on the 3/4" or 1" shafts. This can be found most places where hitch balls are sold.
You will need either a 1 7/8" wrench to tighten or remove the nuts on the 1 1/4" diameter shafts. I ended up purchasing a 1 7/8" socket and a 3/4" socket wrench.
Tote Bag. Used to either store linen in PUP or to transfer towels from Tow vehicle to PUP.
These containers allow moving things into the PUP faster and easier. They are stored under the dinnette bench.
containers with food and spices.
I saw this cupboard at this years RV show and thought it was interesting. I believe it is an overhead kitchen pantry and is made by Rockwood.
The cupboard folded up.