Powertrain Q & A: Jun 2003

Q.  We own a 1986 Journey motorhome with a 454-cid Chevrolet engine in it, purchased in March 1992. I was a full-timer for about three...

Class A motorhome

Identified by the body, which looks like it's all one design from front to back. A Class A ...

Class C motorhome

This type was once known as a minimotorhome, but some are larger than small Class A units. A Class C looks as though it...

Powertrain Q & A: Apr 2003

Q.  We’ve owned a 1981 Travelcraft for about 18 years, and it has been a good motorhome. My brother-in-law leaves his coach plugged into outside...

Powertrain Q & A: Mar 2003

 Q.  I have a one-of-a-kind problem that Chevrolet’s Tech Line people have never heard of on a 1992 Winnebago 32-foot Adventurer with a Chevrolet 7.4-liter...

Powertrain Q & A: Feb 2003

Q.   We have owned a new Trail-Lite Class A motorhome by R-Vision for three months. We have taken it on four trips and on...

Powertrain Q & A: Jan 2003

Q. We have a 1994 Coachmen 34- foot Class A motorhome built on a Ford F-53 chassis. Recently, while returning from a short outing...

Products

Dual-Zone Dometic

Dometic has introduced the CFX-75DZW dual-zone capacity portable cooler that can be controlled via a smart device. With an overall capacity of 80 quarts,...

RV Tank Monitoring Simplified

To make keeping an eye on tank levels easier than ever, Garnet Instruments Limited has announced its new 709-BTP3 RV tank monitor. This new...

Show Me the Way

Rand McNally has announced a lineup of three new RV-specific devices designed to make traveling the country easier than ever. All three devices include...