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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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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 ...

RV vs Residential Refrigerators

Which one is best for you? Remember when RV fridges were all 3 way? You had a choice of which power source you wanted to use choosing between 12 volt, 110 volt, or propane. If you chose propane you had to hold down a button with one hand while you pressed the ignitor  with the ...

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20 Apps Rv’ers Love

01.06.2013 · Posted in Apps, Free Stuff, Full Time RVing, Product Review

Did you get a new tablet or smart phone for Christmas? Many of your neighbors did too. I think Rvers especially will find tablets and smart phones incredibly handy as we travel. From basic Google Maps, Google Earth and Navigation that most devices are shipped with, there are hundreds more that will both help us ...

Why Do I Have Weepholes?

The hole or slot you see on the right in the window frame in the picture is a weep hole. It’s purpose is to drain accumulated water from the window track inside of the glass. Without the weep hole water from condensation would accumulate in the window track before draining off into the walls of ...

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Coach-Net Roadside Assistance

We decided last year that we were paying way too much for roadside assistance. We had only ever required roadside service once in our ten year love affair with the Canadian Auto Association  (same as AAA in the US but Canadian) but their pricing seemed to be getting a little silly. We did the research ...

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A Little Story About Our Steering Stabilizer

  We are doing 65 or 70 miles per hour in the far left lane passing a couple of 18 wheelers on a Ohio Interstate when suddenly we hear a load noise from under the coach. I’m thinking it’s a tire but I can’t feel anything different so I assume it must be a rear. I also assume ...

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Say Good Bye To Slide Topper Awnings?

04.01.2012 · Posted in Product Review, RV Accessories

First there were slides on RV’s, then there were leaves and twigs and other junk screwing up the seals on slides. Then there were topper awnings. They kept most  the bad stuff off the tops of the slides but still allowed some dust and other junk to slip in under the toppers. The topper awnings also ...

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