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The wireless monitor is plugged into any 12-volt DC outlet in the dash and positioned so that it is visible to the driver. Using the Sensitivity button on the wireless monitor, the driver can select Low, Medium or High braking sensitivity. The Vehicle button selects the type of vehicle being towed.
A zero PSI alert is one of three displays that can let the driver know something is wrong. Here, you can see the display is showing zero pressure in the right front tire; the readout is accompanied by a loud alarm.

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Source of Stability: A few Source Engineering suspension modifications on motorhomes sitting atop the popular Freightliner XC chassis make a dramatic difference in handling and ride.

Smooth Sailing: Motorhome Suspension Upgrade

A simple yet well-engineered suspension upgrade from Source Engineering takes the rock-and-roll out of Freightliner XC-based motorhomes with I-beam front suspensions, improving handling and...
Pet Pail from Pet Partners Worldwide

Pooch Pail: 10 Must-Have Items for Fido

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Roadmaster FitMaster app

Roadmaster App

The new FitMaster app answers one of the most common questions among motorhome owners – “What equipment do I need to tow a dinghy...
Furrion Cooktop

RV Galley Gear

Furrion’s dual-burner induction cooktop delivers maximum performance and efficiency in your motorhome’s kitchen. Now you can cook like a pro in your motorhome. Furrion’s induction...
50 inch Furrion RV TV

Upgrade Your RV’s TV

Furrion’s 50-inch LED takes movie night to new heights. Watching TV in your motorhome has become a true theater-like experience. Furrion’s new 50-inch UHD TV...