Finding and Fixing Leaks in Your Coach’s Air System May Be Easier Than You Think

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by E. Don Smith
December 26, 2013

  If you drive a Class A diesel motorhome, eventually you are going to experience an air leak. An air ride motorhome has a complex system of hoses, tanks, bags, connectors and an onboard compressor that keeps the air bags at proper height and maintains the pressure necessary to operate the air brakes... Read more »

Mighty Light

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by Chris Hemer
December 26, 2013

  With all the choices of LED flashlights these days, it’s hard to find a stand out among them — but the HP7R rechargeable from Coast has some pretty unique features. First, the exclusive new Flex Charge Dual Power Rechargeable System uses AC, DC or USB power sources and also includes an alkaline... Read more »

A Path to HD Satellite TV

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December 24, 2013

  Winegard has collaborated with DISH to develop and introduce the Winegard Pathway X2 Portable Satellite HDTV antenna, designed exclusively for receiving DISH HDTV programming. According to the company, the system automatically points to DISH satellites, allowing you to set up and watch TV in less... Read more »

Clearing the Air

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November 29, 2013

  Australian tea tree oil based Kanberra Gel is a natural way to control mold, mildew and bacteria — and associated bad odors   After a while, RVs tend to take on an unpleasant odor that can affect the joy of living on the road. Natural odors from wood, carpet, upholstery, cooking and bedding... Read more »

Air Apparent

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November 29, 2013

Maintaining proper tire inflation pressure is one of the most important steps toward safe RV travel. Unfortunately, many RVers don’t check/inflate their dual rear tires as often as they should, simply because the process is cumbersome — even when using a specially designed air chuck to gain access... Read more »

Quiet Heat

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by Bob Livingston
November 29, 2013

  Swedish company, Alde, introduces a convection and radiant comfort heating system (with hot water) to North America   With the onset of winter, motorhome enthusiasts will rely on their furnaces to keep the interiors cozy. The most common heat source is a forced air furnace that uses a combustion... Read more »

Silent Partner

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by Owen Mitchell
October 30, 2013

  The New Stealth Brake System from Hopkins Manufacturing 
is an Effective Solution for Dinghy Braking Motorhome braking with a dinghy in tow can never be too good. While the service brakes in all motorhomes are adequate for stopping the gross vehicle weight rating of the motorhome, longer stopping... Read more »

Complete Navigation

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October 28, 2013

  Garmin’s RV 760LMT GPS 
is specifically designed for RVers looking to stay one step ahead while on the road — and have access to campground information   Ever get into a situation when you’re just not sure which way to go? As a motorhome owner, individual profile information is important... Read more »

Timely Brake and Wheel Bearing Inspection and Service are Critical to Safe —
and Efficient —
Operation

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by Bill and Jenn Gehr
October 24, 2013

  In the last two issues (Part I, Part II), we concentrated on maintenance schedules and procedures to help keep the chassis rolling down the highway without surprise interruptions. We stressed becoming familiar with the chassis owner’s manual, and hopefully, you’re keeping a detailed log of... Read more »

Electric Cargo Bike

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October 24, 2013

  Looking for an alternative to your dinghy vehicle or golf cart? The 2X4 electric cargo bicycle by NTS Works of Santa Cruz, Calif., might be it. Created by the same minds that developed the Zero electric motorcycle, the 2X4 offers a flat cargo bed up front that can carry up to eight grocery bags.... Read more »

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