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Archive for March, 2014

RVCare Log Book Available Free For Your Computer

03.31.2014 · Posted in Blogs, Free Stuff, RV Maintenance and Repairs

Here’s a program I need to be using to keep track of all things maintenance on our coach. I make sure I’m on top of all necessary regular maintenance OK, but I’m not at all good at the record keeping part of it.This handy program helps us record it all from the initial purchase details ...

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Makes Your Trailer Easier To Pull: Correct Track

I noticed the other day that Keystone Trailers has upgraded the suspension system on all their new Laredo travel trailers to include Correct Track alignment system. The big plus with Correct Track is that your qualified service facility can easily adjust the axle alignment based on how you use your trailer. “Correct Track, when properly ...

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Off Beaten Path 4 x 4 RV

A couple of RV parks back there was a Tiger Adventure vehicle parked not far away from me. I’ve seen pictures of Tiger four-wheel drive rvs and I’ve read about them, but never have I been up close and personal to a Tiger. I believe the owner’s name was Jack and he has full-timed in ...

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Luxury German Built Class A Motorhome

If you ever wonder what luxury class A motor homes in Europe are like you will enjoy this short video on a new 30′ (9.2meters) german built Niesmann and Bischoff The one they feature in the video retails for about $175,000 with a lot of very fine features. One “fine feature” it doesn’t have though ...

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Compact teardrop trailer transforms into a large family camper

Are you looking for a compact, easy to tow travel trailer with 75% less drag then your typical travel trailer? Did I mention it weighs less than 1700 pounds. How about a retractable roof that’s under 7′ while travelling but has full stand up height when expanded and will sleep 4? Perhaps this small Canadian ...

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Our Next RV?

We’ve been RVing for 40 years and full-timing for 8. We now live in our 40′ quad slide diesel pusher. We both love it, in fact my wife calls our home her condo. They build them bigger, but this is all the room we need. Odds are our rig will get too big, long before ...

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Best Bike Cover To Protect Your Bikes

03.15.2014 · Posted in RV Accessories

We have spent 8 of the last 14 years full timing in our RV and we have always carried our bikes. Needless to say our bikes have suffered from all the sand, salt rain and snow that’s been thrown their way. Over those years we hung our bikes on every kind of bike rack imaginable ...

Solar for RV’s. Is what our future will look like?

03.13.2014 · Posted in Batteries and 12 volt, Solar

Solar panels that are about 1/8″ thick, yet strong enough to stand on. You can install them with double-faced tape or screws? Sounds like it’s worth checking out right? RV Daily report recently featured a story about some new solar products from Indiana company Go Power. Go Power unveils pliable Solar Flex panels | RV ...

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7 Advantages For Cable Slides

Like every innovation in anything RV, the “lucky” early adopters help the manufacturers work the bugs out of the new systems. Cable slides have been around since the mid 2000’s and we learned pretty quickly that they weren’t going to stand up for use on big heavy slides. In fact, they quickly became a feature ...

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