Backfiring When Towing Travel Trailer

Q. My 1992 Ford Bronco has developed a problem recently. It has a 5.8-liter V-8 engine, and I pull a 26-foot travel trailer. The...

Splitting Sundancer

Q. We have an Itasca Sundancer 29-foot motorhome with a rear bedroom. My problem is at the rear wall; if you look down at...

Travel Trailer Reefer Madness

Q. I have heard both pro and con regarding leaving the refrigerator on during the entire camping season. Have any studies been done, or...

Older RV Purchase

Q. My family has been tent camping, graduating to trailers, and would like to try our hand at a small motorhome. Economics dictate a...

Vehicle Prep

How well you prepare your vehicle is possibly the most important factor in ensuring a safe, fun, carefree and relaxing trip. Before you hit...

Bike-Rack Installation

Q. We own a 25-foot 1994 Holiday Rambler trailer with a spare tire on the back. We would like to know if it would...

No-Hassle RVing

Here are 10 easy steps for novice RVers, thanks to RVIA and RV.net:1. Surf the Web. Check out http://GoRVing.com, http://www.rvia.org, http://RV.net, http://trailerlife.com and http://motorhomemagazine.com....

Travel Trailer Power Surges

Q. A friend plugged his trailer's power cord into a 50-amp circuit at a private campsite and fried the television, the refrigerator and...

Travel Trailer Alternator Failures

Q. I have a 1991 Chevrolet K2500 pickup with 5.7-liter engine. I just put in my ninth CS 130 alternator since I bought this...

Skidding Suburban

Q. My wife and I own a 1995 GMC 2500 Suburban 4x4, with the 7.4-liter TBI engine and 4L80E automatic transmission. The vehicle was...
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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...