Hands On: A Swing and a Hit

by Kevin Livingston
May 31, 2016

  Taking advantage of otherwise wasted space, UnderCover’s unique cargo box mounts on the side of a truck bed Ask trailer owners if there is ever enough space for storage, and they will likely sheepishly admit to taking along too much stuff. If you’re towing with a pickup truck, the bed offers... Read more »

Tough Skin

By Chris Hemer
May 31, 2016

  With its unique liquid-applied, UV-resistant system, RV Armor offers the final solution for RV roof problems Ask any RV owner, and they’ll probably tell you that the thing that worries them most about their RV is its roof. It’s easy to understand why. The roof stands up to the forces of... Read more »

One Tuff Bag

by Kevin Livingston
May 3, 2016

  Designed to protect stowed gear from the elements, these rugged truck-bed storage enclosures are built of tried-and-true materials used on inflatable boats A great feature of any pickup is the bed. The space behind the cab, which ranges from 5½ to 8 feet, is a valuable asset, especially for... Read more »

Without a Scratch

by Ty Adams
February 2, 2016

  No matter how careful you are with your vehicles, scratches are inevitable, and that tree-branch scuff on an otherwise gleaming paint job can be as annoying as something stuck in your teeth. For paint perfectionists, 3M offers the new drill-activated Trizact Precision Scratch Kit. As long as only... Read more »

Change Your Tune

by Ty Adams
February 2, 2016

Derive Systems, parent company of Bully Dog and SCT Per­form­ance, recently introduced an upgraded flash programmer with preloaded perform­ance tuners, real-time vehicle data, and record and playback logs. The GTX Perform­ance Programmer and Monitor, available in Bully Dog and SCT brands, features... Read more »

Seen at SEMA

by Gary Wescott
January 29, 2016

  Miles of aisles at the world’s largest automotive aftermarket-equipment event showcased the latest products for your tow vehicle It started in 1963 when a handful of automotive businesses formed what was then known as the Speed Equipment Manufacturers Association, or SEMA. Today, SEMA stands... Read more »

Tire Guardians

by Kristopher Bunker
November 30, 2015

  Installing an aftermarket tire-pressure monitoring system on tow vehicle and trailer wheels goes a long way toward on-the-road safety and peace of mind   When getting ready to hit the road, RVers should have a checklist that goes beyond snacks, folding chairs and outdoor toys. At the top... Read more »

First Line of Defense

by E. Don Smith
September 30, 2015

  Shielding an RV from Mother Nature’s worst not only protects its good looks but prolongs the lifespan of your investment If it weren’t for pesky things like a budget, homeowner association rules, time and space, we would all have RV garages to protect our rigs. But unless you live in an... Read more »

No-Pain Propane

by Kevin Livingston
September 1, 2015

Viking Cylinders add a touch of class aesthetically, while reducing weight and providing users with a clear view of the LP-gas level   Carrying LP-gas on a trailer is essential for self-containment. Propane, as it’s usually referred to, provides the energy to fire up the furnace, operate the... Read more »

Hellwig’s Grand Cherokee

by Bob Carpenter
August 31, 2015

  With an anti-sway bar installed, the company’s test Jeep demonstrated a dramatic improvement in handling Hellwig Products produces 100 percent American-made, precision-engineered products for a variety of vehicles. Most famous for anti-sway bars, Hellwig saw a need for an improved rear anti-sway... Read more »

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