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You may be familiar with the long-standing issue with the suspension on some Jeeps that has led to the condition known as “death wobble.” It’s a real problem that can cause anything from heavy-duty white-knuckle driving to the risk of serious accidents. People have searched for a Jeep death wobble fix for years, many employing …

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Weight and cost are both big factors for RV manufacturers, which is why plastic toilets are so common. But is a porcelain toilet an option in an RV? You bet it is! Most higher-end rigs, like our old 2005 Newmar Mountain Aire, come with them. These days, many RVs in other classes are coming with …

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Anyone who has ever towed a travel trailer (or just about any type of trailer) or carried storage boxes, bikes, or other gear on their hitch knows that hitch noise and rattle can be pretty annoying. Fortunately, a hitch stabilizer is a simple remedy to stop the noise and make your travels more enjoyable. In …

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Camper wheel chocks may seem like a simple, unimportant piece of camping gear of little consequence to your camping experience. But, while an RV wheel chock may indeed be simple in design, it’s an indispensable piece of safety gear that every RVer should carry. In fact, wheel chocks are so important that we’re devoting an …

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If you’re considering or are currently undertaking a van conversion, you may also be thinking about installing windows in the van. Before you start cutting a giant hole through the wall of your rig, we’ve got a step-by-step tutorial on how to install windows in a conversion van. Van life/Class B living is a huge …

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What is a borescope and how can it make an RVer’s life easier? In today’s post, we’ll answer those questions. We’ll show you what a borescope is and how we’ve found one helpful for certain projects on our RV. We’ll also show you several other ways to see into hidden spaces using items you may …

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Are you tired of getting whacked by RV basement storage doors falling on your head? Are you looking for RV storage door holder options so you can stop holding up your rig’s basement doors with your back? In this post, we’ve got you covered with some easy DIY options for RV storage compartment door holders. …

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In this post, we’re focusing on an RV bedding solution that can be helpful for just about every RVer. QuickZip Sheets make sure that odd-sized RV mattresses stay snugly covered all night long. They also provide a solution for making RV beds that are difficult to maneuver around without Cirque du Soleil-level gymnastic abilities. Let’s …

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Typical residential mattresses usually come in pretty standard sizes, which is handy for buying the right size sheets, particularly fitted sheets. Some mattresses are thicker than others, but at least the widths are pretty standard. The same isn’t true for all RVs, however. So, in this post, we’re sharing multiple methods for how to make …

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If your RV is a diesel pusher and you sometimes find tiny specks of oil on the front of your towed car, you may be dealing with something called diesel engine blowby. In this post, we’ll share the likely source of this problem and how to stop engine blowby from getting on your toad with …

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If you’ve got an active lifestyle, you may find it helpful to have car seat protectors to keep your car, truck, or RV seats well protected from spills, dirt, stains, grime, sand, salt, etc. The trouble with traditional car seat covers is that they’re always there. So if you want to remove them it can …

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Space is always at a premium in an RV, so amenities that have combined uses tend to work especially well. In this post, we’re looking at the Fotile In-Sink Dishwasher, a compact 2-in-1 sink/dishwasher combo that could be a helpful addition for some travelers. What Is the Fotile In-Sink Dishwasher? The FOTILE 2-in-1 In-Sink Dishwasher …

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After about 11 years in our Newmar Mountain Aire, we noticed a leak around the handle of our RV’s kitchen faucet. We could have just replaced the cartridge, but we never really liked the design or finish of that faucet anyway, so we decided on a complete RV faucet replacement. Our motorhome came with perfectly …

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Proper ventilation is an important part of RV living that’s often overlooked. Good RV ventilation not only contributes to the overall comfort, health, and well-being of RV occupants but also has an impact on the long-term health of the rig itself. In today’s post, we’ll tell you how both you and your rig can benefit …

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We’ve previously talked about the popular RV rubber roof materials EPDM and TPO, and the latest rubberized RV roofing entrant — the PVC RV roof. Today’s post is an RV rubber roof showdown: PVC vs TPO vs EPDM RV roofs – which is the best choice of the three and why? Common RV Roofing Materials …

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