Travel Trailer Sway-Bar Wear

Q. I own a 26-foot Prowler travel trailer, which I pull with a 1999 2500-series Suburban. Recently, I've had a problem with trailer sway....

Chevy Crew-Cab Dually

Q. I have a 1997 Chevy crew-cab dually with a 6.5-liter turbodiesel equipped with a Banks Stinger kit to pull a 38-foot Titanium fifth-wheel...

Battery-Charging Chagrin

Q. We dry camp quite a bit and have a trailer with two 12-volt batteries. Can I connect a battery charger (powered by a...

Ford V-10 Engine-Oil Capacity

Q. Do you guys know the engine-oil capacity for a 2002 Ford F-250 Super Duty crew cab with a 6.8-liter V-10 engine? The owner's...

Truck to Trailer Charge-Line Install

Q. I have a 2002 Chevrolet truck, and it doesn't have a charge line. I guess the only way to fix that is to...

Travel Trailer Loose Nuts

Q. The lug-nut problem on travel trailers comes up every once in a while in your column. We are on our third travel trailer...

Travel Trailer Hitch-Location Help

Q. I just purchased a 2004 GMC C4500 Crew Cab truck, and I'll be installing a Reese 20K fifth-wheel hitch. I want to have...

Travel Trailer Holding-Tank Valves Storage

Q. When a unit is stored for a few months or longer, is it best to keep the holding-tank valves in an open or...

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...
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