Dodge Ram Six-Speed Upgrade

Q. We have a 2000 Dodge 2500 Ram truck with a Cummins diesel engine and a five-speed manual transmission. We’d like to update it...

Travel Trailer Refrigerator Smell

Back in the May 2005 issue of Trailer Life, we ran a letter from Diana Brown concerning refrigerator smell and what to do about...

RV Clinic December 2015

Fifth-Wheel Towing with Gas Q: I have been towing my 2011 Pacific Coachworks Tango 256 RKS trailer with my 2003 Chevy 2500 HD with a...

Water Pump Cycling, Part II

Q: In your March 2012 issue, Steve Rammler from Sandpoint, Idaho spoke about his water pump cycling on about every 10 minutes. I experienced...

Hot Water Sulfur Odor

Q: When we first turn on the hot water at our bathroom sink in our Paradise Point fifth-wheel, we experience a very strong sulfur...

RV Tech Q&A: Slideout Roof Sealant

What do you recommend to seal an RV’s slideout roof? Does this need to be done, and, if so, can you use the same...

RV Tires Q & A

 Abnormal Tire Wear Q. I recently returned from a 5,000-mile vacation to Utah from Indiana. I towed a 26-foot travel trailer. After arriving home, I...

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...

Trailer-Tire Age

Q. I have a fifth-wheel that has Goodyear G159 tires, size LT2358516. I am not sure, but I would guess they are between 3...

RV Q&A: Ford Excursion Shocks

  Q: I have a 2000 Ford Excursion two-wheel-drive, 7.3-liter diesel with 60,000 miles on it. I tow a 26-foot trailer and am looking to replace...
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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...