Flow Down


by Chris Hemer
March 2, 2015

The Flow Down adjustable RV drain-support system from Lippert Components keeps the sewer hose off the ground and adjusts to nearly any slope, preventing backups. The legs of each section can be adjusted... Read more »

A Tank More Than Full


By Kevin Livingston
February 4, 2015

  The Titan auxiliary fuel system installs in place of the spare tire and provides 30 gallons of added capacity   Towing a large trailer or fifth-wheel is a lot of fun until you have... Read more »

Shin Savior


by Chris Hemer
December 30, 2014

  It’s happened to just about all of us. You’re walking around your tow rig and bang! — your shin crashes into the ball mount. RVers employ a lot of home remedies to prevent this from happening,... Read more »

Cozy Cocoon


December 28, 2014

  We bought two large matching sleeping bags and zipped them together to cover our RV’s king-size bed. We also sewed the bottom end of two double-size sheets together, which serves as a liner.... Read more »

Hands On: Frost King Window Insulation Kit


by Kevin Livingston
December 2, 2014

  Adding inexpensive, temporary plastic film helps maintain comfort in cold weather by restricting heat loss and condensation   No matter how much we all love our time RVing, let’s face... Read more »

Keep Your Cool


by Bill and Jenn Gehr
September 30, 2014

  Replacing worn-out fabric on a Dometic manual awning is a good way to restore shade and aesthetics Ultraviolet rays from the sun have been bombarding the earth for millions of years. On an RV,... Read more »

Water Hookups After Dark


September 25, 2014

  Trying to hook up the water connection when arriving at a campsite in the dark can be difficult, so we came up with an easier way. We use brass quick connectors that are available at any hardware... Read more »

No-Fail Support Block


September 2, 2014

I noticed that my neighbor’s A-frame jack had sunk into the asphalt driveway because the wood had failed. I made a support block from layers of 2×4-inch lumber, screwed and glued together. I finished... Read more »

Glasses and Cups Stay Put


September 2, 2014

With the often-close quarters in a travel trailer, knocking a glass off a shelf or table is always a concern. I used the dimensions of all of the types of cups and glasses that we have in our RV for wine,... Read more »

Power Up

Progressive Dynamics offers a lower section replacement/upgrade converter with a built-in Charge Wizard that constantly manages the RV’s batteries.

article and photos by Bill and Jenn Gehr
July 25, 2014

  Converters are designed to provide 12-volt DC current and charge batteries — but not all are created equal   Power converters fall into the category of “out of sight, out of mind”... Read more »

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