Tips

  • Winterizing an R.V-Sept 2014

    Winterizing an R.V.       It’s that time of year again. Time to get the R.V winterized and put away for the winter.  Winterizing can be a simple process that will ensure that all the plumbing lines won’t freeze and will be ready to use next year with no leaks.       There are many ways to... Read more »

  • Installing a power Tongue Jack-August 2014

    Installing a power tongue Jack     Hooking up your trailer should NOT be a strenuous aerobic activity, but with a manual tongue jack it will become just that. I have broken a sweat  far too often using one of these jacks.  Up and down, hook up the equalizer then up and down again. All you... Read more »

  • Upgrading to LED Light Bulbs-July 2014

      Upgrading to LED Light Bulbs   For this month’s R.V. owners monthly tip I want to keep it simple and talk about a quick and relatively inexpensive way to save power and prolong your batteries charge.   LED’s have come a long way over the past years and are finally becoming an affordable option... Read more »

  • Installing a Sewer Tank Flusher- June 2014

    Installing a sewer tank flusher For this month’s soon to be world famous “Tip of The Month” I wanted to give a suggestion to making everyone’s trip to the dump station a little easier.  With the addition of a sewer tank flusher, getting the inside of your black tank will never be easier. Most Trailers... Read more »

  • De-Winterizing a R.V. May 2014

    De-Winterizing a R.V.   Properly de-winterizing your R.V. can help start off a trouble free camping season. When you first get your R.V. out of hibernation from the winter months there is several things that should be performed to get the unit in shape for the camping season. I’ve created a list of what I... Read more »

  • Wheel Bearing Maintenance April 2014

      Wheel Bearing Maintenance   Have you ever been stranded on the side of the road due to a mechanical failure? When I go on camping trips I usually elect to travel in numbers in case of a roadside emergency. Far too often my family has spent long days on the side of the road... Read more »