• 5:56

    Buying a Used RV AC Unit

    When looking to buy a used RV AC unit for your rig, there are several things you should keep in mind. Although used is generally more cost-effective, remember that pre-owned appliances are always a toss-up; you can only know what kind of shape a unit’s in by doing a thorough inspection and running a comprehensive…

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  • 2:00

    How to Find an RV Slide Out Seal for Older Models

    If you’ve recently bought a used RV or own an older model that was produced by a manufacturer no longer in operation, it can be difficult to find replacement parts that fit your vehicle. A Club member emailed us recently to ask where they could purchase an RV slide out seal for their 2004 model.…

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  • 6:04

    Measuring RV Dimensions For Safe Clearance

    Fact: everyone who operates an RV, trailer, motorhome or fifth wheel should measure the dimensions of their rig. Fiction: it’s okay to take the dealer’s measurements for granted, whatever the sticker says is final. Want to know why that second sentence is false, and the first is true? In this lesson, we discuss exactly that,…

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  • 2:30

    How Protect All Makes Your Rig Last Longer

    For decades Protect All has been an industry-leading provider of cleaning, treating and protecting solutions that helps RVers extend the lifespan of their vehicles. Protect All products can be used on just about any rig to keep plastic, leather, EPDM roofing and a range of other materials and surfaces in tip-top shape. They’ve recently added…

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  • 3:43

    RV Weight Ratings: Basics and Considerations

    Just because your motorhome, travel trailer or fifth wheel has space for all of your belongings and the entire extended family doesn’t mean it’s safe to stuff everything in the RV and hit the road. Each recreational vehicle has a maximum weight capacity, or weight rating, and exceeding that limit can cause mechanical issues and…

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  • 2:54

    Dumping an RV Black Water Tank: Tips and Tools

    To make sure your RV plumbing system remains in tiptop shape and your cab doesn’t take on any unpleasant aromas, you should consistently and completely clean the RV black water tank. Dumping the black water tank is a relatively intuitive process, but there are additional steps you can take and tools you can use to…

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