Category: RV How-To

Winnebago RV Winter Survival Guide

When we transitioned from tent camping to living in the RV, one of the most noteworthy and gratifying differences occurred when the mercury dropped below the freezing mark. After a long day skiing or ice climbing in arctic conditions, we would head back to our beloved Winnie the View, hang up our soggy layers and
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RV Rope Lighting Brings the ‘Bling’

Using RV rope lighting to “bling up” a recreational vehicle can be a fun and rewarding project. Fitting it inside the window valences to illuminate the perimeter of the glass rivals the look of those million-dollar custom-built coaches. This particular window treatment is best done with flanged-edge rope lighting. The 3/8-inch to 1/2-inch flange strip
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2018 Guide to Dinghy Towing — Make the Right Match for Your Motorhome

The 2018 Guide to Dinghy Towing is an indispensable resource for towing a dinghy vehicle behind a motorhome. Available for download or in print, the information-packed publication offers vital towing tips, along with information on more than 70 new cars and SUVs that have been manufacturer-approved for flat towing. Tow and Go The Before You
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Mark My Words – April: Steps, Hydraulics, Inverters and Black Water Tanks

Hi, folks! This month we’ll talk about steps, hydraulics, inverters, winter survival, and what, if anything, to put in your black water tank. Remember to send your RVing questions to [email protected] Hi, Mark, While visiting an RV parts place, I heard a customer going on and on about the virtues of adding liquid Drano [or
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