RV Clinic: Sticky Aluminum Wheels

While attempting to rotate the tires on my 2009 Ford F-350 Lariat I found that three of the four OEM 20-inch aluminum wheels were...

10-Minute Tech: Cleaning Dirty Electrical Contacts

To clean those dirty contacts on markers, stop and taillights, the turn signals and trailer connector/receptacles, I use approximately 1 ounce of cider vinegar...
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Installing Torklift Truck Camper Tie-Downs

The Torklift truck camper tie-down system is a big step up from cross members and the back bumper,  but installation takes some work.   Follow...

RV Clinic: RV Battery Monitoring

We have a 2008 21RB Dutchman Class C motorhome by Four Winds featuring a battery cut-off switch and a 55-amp converter charger with an...

10-Minute Tech: More Shower Volume, Less Pressure

If you are dissatisfied with the low volume of water flow in your RV due to the restriction in the water regulator (1/4-inch opening), try using...

Differential Cooling

I recently heard that it is a good idea to have additional cooling capacity for my 2010 RAM 2500 rear differential. My truck is...

10-Minute Tech: Strain-Saving Trailer Jack Block

Here is how I made an A-frame jack block that saves considerable time and strain when hitching and leveling a travel trailer. Folks with manually cranked...

RV Clinic: RV Salvage

We recently did some damage to our Cougar fifth-wheel trailer and need to replace a slide fascia. Because of the shape and size, shipping...

10-Minute Tech: Leave a Light On

Here's a simple porch light project for neighborly campers that costs around $35 and breaks down for transport. It's only plastic, but that's part of...
Regularly clean your battery terminals for reliability, especially after storage.

RV Battery Basics: Get the Best Performance

Batteries are the silent servants of unplugged camping, providing us with light, entertainment and other important functions. Yet many pay no attention to them...
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Key to Success: Bolt One-Key Locks

Bolt’s lineup of one-key-fits-all security locks does away with clunky keychainsThey 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...