Glass Saver

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December 16, 2015

  My husband, Chuck, and I have read MotorHome for two years in preparation for buying our first RV, a new 25-foot Class B-plus motorhome. A recurring concern we read about was rattling and sometimes broken drinking glasses during transit. Knowing my husband would have no patience for the rattles... Read more »

No More Headaches

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December 16, 2015

  We bought our first motorhome in December 2014. We love everything about it, except one small problem. Above the couch are two cabinets that open upward, but there aren’t any hinges to hold the cabinet doors up. After being hit in the head a few times, I found hinges at Home Depot. They are... Read more »

Air Apparent: A TPMS Buyer’s Guide

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November 24, 2015

  Monitor your tire pressures and tire temperatures on the road Most of us do not need to be convinced of the important role tires play on our motorhomes. They hold up a large vehicle and provide that very important contact patch that is literally where the rubber meets the road. Tires supply... Read more »

Time to Re-Tire?

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By Ken Freund
November 19, 2015

  There’s a lot to know about keeping the rubber on the road Tires are a vital asset to any motorhome. Considering the high cost of replacement, the more you know about care and maintenance of tires, the better the chances are you’ll realize maximum service life and safe travels. A flat tire... Read more »

Power Trip 101

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By Bill Gehr
August 27, 2015

  Hookup pedestals in campgrounds offering 50-amp service may give users more than they bargained for when wired incorrectly; pay attention because class is in session   It’s common to find 50-amp electrical service in motorhomes these days, a requirement that’s needed to power the expanding... Read more »

Upgrade Your RV Tunes

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July 29, 2015

  MotorHome’s Bob Dawson shows you how to make a quick, really easy and dramatic improvement to your RV’s sound system.    

Splatter-free Surface … Pronto

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By Bob Livingston
July 24, 2015

  ProSol Bugs N All makes easy work of removing dried insects from painted surfaces and windows Keeping bugs off the front of a motorhome is an endless battle. It’s best to remove the bugs before they dry and harden, so most owners judiciously clean the splatter before leaving the RV park. The... Read more »

Truly Spotless

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by Chris Hemer
July 24, 2015

    Keeping a motorhome clean not only makes it look good, it helps the finish last longer. But depending on where you live, hard-water deposits can leave spots on paint/gelcoat and windows that can be difficult to remove. CRSpotless offers a water-filtration system that is designed to prevent spotting... Read more »

EZ Generator Service

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by Chris Hemer
July 24, 2015

    When it’s time to change the generator oil, most owners would probably like to spend as little time underneath the motorhome as possible. That’s what makes the new EZ Oil Drain Valve for Cummins-Onan generators so appealing to do-it-yourselfers. Installation is easy — just remove... Read more »

Fence the Hose In

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July 22, 2015

  I needed a new sewer hose carrier for my RV. According to reviews of the Valterra EZ hose carrier, the inside diameter seems to be a half-inch smaller than the fittings on most sewer hoses, so I decided to make my own since trimming the hoses to fit didn’t make much sense. I bought a 5-inch-square... Read more »

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