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Mark My Words: February -The RV Season is Coming – Let’s Talk About Tires, Batteries, Brakes and Bears!

Hi, everyone! I hope your New Year is progressing well! As the weather starts to warm up a little here in East Texas, I’m thinking about the upcoming RV season. I hope you are, too! This month, we’ll talk about tires, batteries, lifestyle concerns, brakes and bears! Mark, I just purchased a 32′ motorhome that
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RV Fuel Gremlins: 5 Major Wheel Factors

RV MPG gremlins — where the rubber meets the road. Part II in a series. One of the prime factors that affect a vehicle’s RV mileage is the rolling-wheel resistance. This is a force or drag that acts against the travel direction. The resistance measure is determined by a number of causes: The first, and most obvious,
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An Overview of The SaniCon System

Awhile ago, we looked at RV sewage systems and primarily focused on user tips for the most common system, the 3” gravity hose type (Stinky slinky). Today we will discuss the operation and user tips of the 12 volt powered SaniCon System. There are two models currently being used, the 1” output unit and the
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RV Fuel Gremlins —  Environmental Factors

RV Fuel gremlins — How RV environment impacts mpg. Part III in a series. Environmental factors play a major role in altering our fuel consumption numbers. The biggest of these factors is wind. This can drop your expected fuel mileage substantially, or it can boost it to surreal levels. It all depends on the direction
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