Outdoor-Adventure Box

by Bruce W. Smith
November 30, 2016

  Stumped on what to give adventuresome friends and family members for the holidays? Consider a Cairn gift subscription. Cairn is an outdoor enthusiast’s version of a monthly wine club that puts three to six innovative and useful new outdoor products worth up to $50 into the hands of subscribers... Read more »

Take a Load Off

by Bruce W. Smith
November 30, 2016

  Standard rear leaf springs on pickup trucks and vans can flatten out under the hitch weight of a trailer, and adding leaf-type overloads to help reduce flex can create a harsh ride when not towing. Roadmaster Active Suspension (RAS) gives factory springs the ability to carry the load without compromising... Read more »

Light My Yule Log

by Bruce W. Smith
November 30, 2016

  It’s just a palm-sized plastic-covered brick with a red pull-string, but within seconds of yanking that string, the Pull Start Fire begins smoking and is soon burning twice as hot as conventional fire starters, according to the manufacturer. Just loop the green string around your holiday Yule... Read more »

Leading Lights

by John L. Stein
November 29, 2016

  As travel trailers evolve to match a wide range of tow vehicles, RV makers are rolling out slimmed-down and trimmed-up models — from feathery fold-downs and lithe hybrids to longer but still lean floorplans   When the new millennium roared in, bigger was most definitely better. The full-size... Read more »

Rock-Steady Reese

by Bruce W. Smith
October 28, 2016

  Cequent Performance Products has taken integrated sway control on weight-distributing hitches to a new level with the Reese Steadi-Flex system. The heavy-duty Steadi-Flex has wide, tapered spring bars and a simple pin-and-clip assembly to reduce wear on the cast head and built-in sway-control... Read more »

Four-Star Ride Sharing

by Bruce W. Smith
October 28, 2016

  Side-by-sides have taken over the recreational ATV world. Adventuresome RVers shopping for the perfect model to stow in the back of their toy haulers should take a test spin in the Polaris General. Available in Base, Premium, Deluxe and 4-Seat models, the General is built for exploring designated... Read more »

Take It to the Summit

by Donya Carlson
September 30, 2016

  Colorado Teardrops expands its line of small travel trailers with the Summit, designed for extreme off-road camping. The rugged Summit has 35-inch BFGoodrich Radial T/A off-road tires, a full skid plate, nerf bars, corner stiffeners and a 3,200-pound torsion axle. The Summit is insulated for comfortable... Read more »

No Garage? No Problem

by Bruce W. Smith
September 30, 2016

  For those of you who don’t own an RV equipped with a garage but still want to transport motorized toys like ATVs, motorcycles or even a golf cart, Idaho Tote offers a solution. An all-steel flatbed carrier that attaches to the back of the RV, the Idaho Tote bolts to a special bracket that is... Read more »

Rayzar-Sharp Reception

September 30, 2016

A strong signal is a must for digital TV reception, plus you want to keep your RV’s roofline as low as possible. Winegard’s Rayzar z1 amplified HD antenna fits that criteria perfectly. Compact and powerful, the z1 maxi­- mizes UHF reception and high-band VHF to provide access to the major broadcast... Read more »

All Amped Up

by Bruce W. Smith
September 30, 2016

  An essential safety component of any RV, the circuit breaker monitors electrical power and switches it off when it senses a problem. Trac Outdoor Products has taken the old thermal devices to a new level of performance with its Digital Circuit Breaker (model T10171), which displays real-time voltage... Read more »

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