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...
Gas Pumps

RV Tech Q&A: 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...

Sealing Caulk Failure

Q: We opened our Forest River travel trailer after it had been covered all winter and everything looked fine. Then the spring rain came...

RV Tech Q&A: May 2019

Tire-Temperature Monitoring I’d like to know your thoughts on the ability of the tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) to correctly read a tire’s temperature. I have...

RV Tech Q&A: Trailer Tire Wear

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-clinic-shocks

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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Products

John Carrillo with an Aqua-Hot 250P cutaway and components.

Aqua-Hot 250P: RV Heating and Hot Water

Travel trailer and fifth-wheel owners can tap into continuous hot water and quiet, even heating with the new Aqua-Hot 250P The smiles you see on...
Tire failure on a trailer isn’t always easy to see, and the damage that results from a blowout can far exceed that of just replacing a tire and wheel. A trailer TPMS can help prevent such problems.

Watch Your Back: RV Tire-Pressure Monitors

Investing in a TPMS for trailers and fifth-wheels can reduce adverse wear and blowouts, and boost safety and fuel economy It’s easy to know when...
Pedego bike and Airstream trailer

Staff Pick: Pedego Electric Bikes

Staff Pick: I tried out a bright-green Latch bike at the Santa Barbara, California, Pedego store, and it zipped easily to the top of...