10-Minute Tech: Maintenance Minder

I just bought a new truck and expect to give it the same care and attention that permitted me to get top dollar for...
After the gasket has been applied all the way around the frame you will have to cut the gasket. It is better to cut it slightly long and then trim it shorter as needed. Make sure there is no gap in the seal or this can become an opening for moisture and air to enter the RV.

Replacing Dual-Pane RV Windows

Fogging of dual pane windows in RVs is, unfortunately, a fact of life for many owners. Dual pane windows have been widely used in...

RV Clinic: RV Oven Too Hot

We have a 2001 Jayco Designer with an Atwood stove. Every time I turn on the oven it goes way past the designated temperature....

Travel Trailer Hitch Bounce

We recently retired and purchased a KZ Sportsman Classic with one axle. It weighs 2,700 pounds and measures 15 feet long. We tow it...

10-Minute Tech: Pull-Top Magic

Take the pull-top cap off of a quality water bottle (the type that you can pull up to let water out and then push...
RV How Tos: Portable Vise

10-Minute Tech: Never Without a Vise

I made a bracket on which to mount a swivel vise. The bracket is made with 2-inch square tubing and fits in a standard...

Travel Trailer Tire Trauma

We had ST235/80R16 Goodyear Marathon tires on our 2010 Keystone Montana trailer. While traveling south on Route 85 in North Carolina, our driver’s side...

10-Minute Tech: Light It Up

We and our friends have fallen in love with simple, battery-operated, push-top lights for use in our RV and at the campsite. They have...

RV Clinic: Water Pump Cycling

When dry camping, my 12-volt DC water pump cycles about every 10 minutes. I’ve checked every inch of the water lines twice and cannot...

10-Minute Tech: Instant Tub

Here’s a tip on what to do if the toddler-aged grandkids are coming to camp for a couple of weeks. Many times kids that...
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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 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...