Compact Leveling Blocks

  Most owners know the problems related to stabilizing trailers at campsites. Sometimes you need more blocks to put under those four jacks. I came...

Top Tip for Antenna

  Many RVers have been dreadfully reminded — often by a low-hanging tree branch or an overpass — that they forgot to lower the rooftop...

Stabilize While Standing

My wife always puts down the stabilizer scissor jacks when we park. It has gotten harder for her to bend down and use the...

Help for Hitching Up

I have a 2011 Cougar fifth-wheel with Keystone’s proprietary Hitch Vision, which is basically a mirror on the front of the RV that greatly...

Stop Drawers in Their Tracks

My travel trailer’s drawers don’t have stops to keep them from being pulled out all the way, and this became an issue when our...

Get a Handle on Leveling

  To save time when setting up our trailer, I cut a 2-foot-long 6x6-inch piece of wood into 12-inch sections to make leveling blocks. I...

Twist and Lock

We have a 2010 31-foot Flagstaff 831RLBSS travel trailer. Installing the brace to keep the slideout from moving while under way was inconvenient. I...

Easy-View Bubble Level

After attaching a stick-on bubble level to my fifth-wheel, I found it was too high to see in my truck’s mirror. To solve this...

Cut Down Sunlight Glare

We have three skylights in our RV. As much as we like the sunlight shining in to brighten things, the one over the kitchen...

No-Strip Stabilizer

I replaced the front landing jacks on my fifth-wheel because the gears were stripped. To keep from stripping the new jacks, I painted a...
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RV Bug Stop: Bug-Free RV

Problems with pets climbing out through the screen-door-handle access slide and mosquitoes and other insects flying or creeping in can be solved by installing...
« One Key to Rule Them All Locks are a fact of life for RVers, but that can lead to confusion finding the right key for the lock at hand and frustration when that key is lost. Bolt Lock has come up with a straightforward solution with its series of one-key-fits-all locks.

Key to Success: Bolt One-Key Locks

Bolt’s lineup of one-key-fits-all security locks does away with clunky keychains They say good fences make good neighbors. If that axiom is true, it could...

Roadmaster Quick Foot: Best Foot Forward

Roadmaster’s Quick Foot is a big improvement over wooden blocks and an ideal replacement for worn-out, damaged or hard-to-use A-frame-jack extensions. Simply slide the...