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If you saw our recent video about replacing the worn out gas lift springs on our basement compartment doors, you’ll know that some RVs come from the factory with them already installed. But what about those that don’t?

Luckily, Hatchlift also makes complete door lift kits. We retrofitted a friend’s fifth wheel basement door to give it the same auto-opening functionality that our rig came from the factory with. They lift the doors automatically and hold them in place, preventing headaches and backaches in the process.

If your motorhome, 5th wheel or travel trailer didn’t come from the factory with gas lift springs, Hatchlift not only makes complete door lift kits, but Bedlift Kits, too. They also carry a wide variety of replacement gas springs and other related RVing items.

We think that Hatchlift products are excellent, so we’re pleased that they offer a special discount to RVgeeks viewers. Simply use the coupon code GEEKS10 when checking out on their website and you’ll get 10% off your entire order of high-quality RV products.


Visit www.hatchlift.com and enter the
Discount Coupon Code “GEEKS10”
for a 10% discount on your entire order!


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