Introducing The RV Bunch

An RVer’s lifestyle is desirable, yet not always as effortless as one might think. More specifically, outdoor enthusiasts or campers who own RVs and travel often endure troubles with expenses, space and plenty more. But that doesn’t stop them from enjoying life to the fullest and exploring the great outdoors as much as they can. RV’ers are a special group that can’t be denied! That’s why RV Repair Club has partnered with The RV Bunch, which is a Facebook group that caters to this and all facets the RV life has to offer- the good, the unfavorable, the opportunistic, the fun, and much more.

The group is educational in nature, providing tips for RV’ers from seasoned RV’ers. Questions ranging from general RV lifestyle concerns to rig-specific technical issues are answered in the group. For example, one member requested tips on leveling her camper. She received numerous personalized responses by individuals who have been through the same battles. She not only got the answer she was seeking, but also got various possible options to choose from to see what best fits her situation.

Can’t find the topic you are looking for? Don’t worry, it’s there! Just search the group and you’re likely to join in on a discussion that leads to new information about the topic you’re interested in. If you’d rather not search and sift through all the posts, you may simply pose your concern, advice and/or expressions to their 35,000+ members. You’re sure to get some great insights and info!

As a private Facebook group, The RV Bunch monitors and review posts and comments daily and approves only positive messages that meet their strictly enforced guidelines. They keep the negativity investing countless hours to ensure the community is gaining knowledge, having fun and interacting in a safe environment. And they’ve begun selling merchandise on their website for those that want to display their pride at being a part of their community! They offer camping flags, hats, bumper stickers, custom license plates, and more…and they’ve said there are more items come down the pipeline in the future.

The RV Bunch focuses on community in a fun, interactive environment. It’s a place for passionate RV’ers who like to share ideas and experiences and have group discussions about all things RV related.

Join the RV Bunch now to start connecting with RVers just like you!

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69 Responses to “Introducing The RV Bunch”

  1. Ronald Fletcher

    Been RVs since 94. First time I heard of this website. Looks very informative.

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Michel,

      What is the year, make, of your RV please?

      If you have any other concerns, please contact us at 1-855-706-3536, or chat with us on our site.

      We greatly appreciate your business!

      Sincerely,

      Lindsay
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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    • Customer Service

      Hello Thomas!

      We’d love to help! What is the year, make, and model of your RV? I will forward that PLUS your question to our expert once I have the pertinent information!

      Thank you!

      Jessica
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  2. MARIE GORMAN

    Diesel pusher. Inverter charger has 120v power in, no charger power for batteries, no ac power out on 1 and 2. How can we tell if we need a new inverter or batteries?

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    • Customer Service

      Marie,

      The only way to tell if the inverter is bad is to check the output voltage. If you have charged batteries but not 120v output from the inverter, it is bad. To check the charging, plug into shore and there should be more than 12.7VDC going to the battery. If there is no output from either way, the inverter will have to be replaced. If there is a charge being sent to the batteries, then most likely the batteries aren’t holding the charge but the only way of knowing is checking the output voltage. I hope this helps!

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club Technical Expert

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    • Customer Service

      Hi there Linda!

      That’s a great question!

      The ‘Ask an Expert’ section is currently for members to our online community. We do have a promotional offer if you are interested. This would include access to expert advice (like this), plus discounts, hours of Premium videos, etc. Please feel free to take a look. You can message us right back with your question if you decide to become a member and you will have a response within 1-2 business days from our experts!

      Please follow the steps below to receive the annual membership at the introductory rate:

      1. Click on the email link: https://go.rvrepairclub.com/c18864
      2. Click on the Premium Membership offer.
      3. The Checkout page will display your Premium Membership purchase.
      4. Fill in your Billing Details and create an account password.
      5. Fill in your debit/credit card information.
      6. Finish by clicking Complete Order.

      If you have any further questions, please contact Customer Service at 1-855-706-3536 at your earliest convenience, or chat with us on our site.

      We greatly appreciate your business!

      Sincerely,

      Jessica
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  3. Ann Phillips-Robak

    Love meandering in my RV
    Plan to do more in the upcoming years, love learning from others!

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  4. Bruce Harlow

    What is the best Jeep hauling hitch and apparatus? Hooking up lights is fairly easy, but do I really need breaks hook-up?

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  5. Michael

    Where can I purchase (inexepsively) short (2′) dinette benches with storage underneath. They look similar to church pews.

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Michael,

      Thank you for your patience. In response to your question-

      I have not seen any that are 24 inches, the smallest I was able to track down was 38″. Recpro.com is a good source for dinette seating but I did not see any that size. If you are looking for the inexpensive route, building your own would be the best option. Of course there is more labor involved but trying to get something 24″ might have to be custom made and that will add up the dollars fast. Cushions would have to be made too. I will keep searching around but I was not able to locate anything that small. Recpro does make a lot of their own stuff so you could contact them and see if they could help you further too.

      We’d love to have you be a part of our community. We are convinced you will enjoy the benefits of becoming a member and having access to the best instructional how to videos and professional tips. We would like to offer you a special promotion for your first-year membership.
      https://go.rvrepairclub.com/C16151

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club

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  6. Jim Brenner

    Any recommendations on how type and installation of hitch on trailer for bikes or cargo carrier

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Jim,

      Thank you for your patience. In response to your question-

      Lippert actually makes a great storage rack that can fold up when not in use, be used as a storage rack and also a bike rack. They have options for just one or the other, but the combo set is nice. They have grated and slotted, slotted is better for holding bike wheels steady and can still be used for larger items where the grate can be used for both but more support is needed to secure the bikes. They just bolt onto the bumper so it is easy install. Here is the link to a few options:
      https://store.lci1.com/shop-by-department/cargo-storage/cargo/racks-carriers.html?product_list_limit=30

      Sincerely,

      Dan
      RV Repair Club

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    • Customer Service

      Dear Paul,

      Thank you for contacting us. We are an online video streaming website with various videos on how to fix and maintain your RV. Unfortunately, we do not have warranty services.

      If you have any other questions or concerns, please contact us at 1-855-706-3536 or chat us on our website.

      Sincerely,

      Taylar
      RV Repair Club Video Membership

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  7. Carl Welti

    Looking for a way to raise the rear of the seat so my butt isn’t below my knees. I would like to sit level or butt raised to take the pressure off my knees.

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  8. Larry Peterson

    I have 12-volt track lights in the ceiling and can’t find replacement or bulbs

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  9. BJ Eldred

    Nothing right now. Haven used it too much as got in Augusr, drove home to Alaska and winter came. Waiti g for spring.

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