article and photos by Kevin Livingston
September 5, 2013
Add-A-Drawer allows RVers to utilize otherwise wasted space to stash items that usually end up as clutter Storage, storage, storage! It seems like RVers universally never have enough places to store stuff in their rigs, regardless of size. The dilemma is finding more storage space without making... Read more »
Red Sasquatch: Brute Super Foot retractable Trailer A-frame Jack Extension Improves Stability and Eliminates Wood Stacking
August 8, 2013
Reading the headline, your first impression is most likely about a big hairy forest creature with giant feet. Well, at least the big feet are relative. Actually, in this case, it’s only one foot that’s part of a very beastly device that attaches to the trailer A-frame jack. Although the Brute... Read more »
August 7, 2013
After years of extensive hands-on research and careful observation, I have come to the following scientific conclusion: RVers like to eat, and they love the outdoors. Pretty groundbreaking, huh? Well, food and fresh air are two of the primary reasons we all began RVing, and there are few ways... Read more »
July 15, 2013
We get a lot of technical correspondence from readers regarding tire and wheel problems, including premature wear and failures. In fact, it’s one of the top complaints we hear from trailer owners. Today’s large trailers with premium amenities and multiple slideout rooms weigh far more than older... Read more »
July 5, 2013
When we head out with our trailer, a good percentage of the time our destination is off the grid. We do some boondocking, but there are also the music festivals, hockey tournaments and other outings that aren’t out of town but are without hookups nonetheless. Our Powerhouse generator is working great... Read more »
April 18, 2013
Greasing wheel bearings isn’t the most enjoyable way to spend your free time. However, this messy maintenance saves you from bigger bills later. Over time, grease breaks down. Heat produced by brakes speeds up the process. Since the trailer’s weight rides on the wheel bearings, keeping them well... Read more »
April 17, 2013
If you’re looking for a little extra heating power in your RV, you could consider installing a catalytic heater. This full-length project is part of the new Premium videos now available on TrailerLife.TV.
March 12, 2013
How to prevent paper products from unraveling when driving an RV. A TrailerLifeTV original video. For more trailer videos, go to www.TrailerLife.tv.
February 12, 2013
Watch as we show you how to install a non-invasive holding tank monitor for your RV. A TrailerLifeTV original video.
June 28, 2012
We all need to fix things while on the road (and at home), and quite often this includes needing to mix small amounts of epoxy or other two-part glues. To do this, we take home a few of the plastic one-service creamer cups that you get in a restaurant, wash them out and save them until needed. They are... Read more »