The protective fabric on the bottom of the camper was REALLY droopy. It was intact, so didn’t need to be replaced. But it needed to be refastened to the bottom of the camper. With wood joists in the camper I went with wood battens to hold the fabric. Check out the details.
When you’re boondocking in the wide open spaces with no street lights or other rigs around, having an outside light is crucial and expected all night long. Move your RV to a park or campground, though, and having a porch light on all night long can really annoy the neighbors. Your outdoor lights may make…Watch Now >>
Whether you’re living the RV lifestyle or you’re just using your rig as a rolling hotel, there are still parts of your home life that you won’t want to give up, and favorite television shows are near the top of the list for most people. You may be in the most beautiful wilderness in the…Watch Now >>
With the advent of new technologies like HDTV and digital TV, RVers often ask whether they need a new RV TV antenna. This informative video introduces the easy-to-install Wingman booster that effectively increases your range and reception, eliminating the need to invest in another RV TV antenna. The video asks you to analyze how much…Watch Now >>
Checking your engine compartment is one of the most essential aspects of RV maintenance, and this video makes the procedure easy. If your engine cover is jammed or if it squeaks when you open it, apply some graphite at the hinges. Graphite can be a little messy, but it’s worth some extra cleanup because it…Watch Now >>