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2019 Readers’ Choice Awards | MotorHome Magazine

The cream of the crop of all things motorhome, as voted by you, our readers We here at MotorHome pride ourselves on providing readers with the best travel, tech and lifestyle for the RV enthusiast. But the fact remains that it is you, the reader, who drives us. After all, the best endorsements are those…

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Dyna-MITE! | MotorHome Magazine

Dynamax’s 2020 DX3 Super C is a hit on the road and at the RV resort Size and power are the hallmarks of a big rig, right? Who hasn’t dreamed of taking a semi out for a spin? Being up that high, in control of all that power and size … even just once. For…

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Gold Heat: Indications of a Warming Trend

Say “Goodbye” to extra blankets this winter and say “Hello” to Gold Heat mats Comfort takes many forms. A well-worn chair. A familiar meal. The company of old friends. But on a more basic level, the thing that makes us all comfortable is warmth. Like water, it is an essential we can’t live without; we…

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Alpha 2 Tow Bar | MotorHome Magazine

  Blue Ox has upgraded the design of its popular Alpha dinghy tow bar. The new Alpha 2 is rated for vehicles up to 6,500 pounds and now features the same nonbinding latches found on the company’s premium Ascent and Avail tow bars, making connecting/disconnecting the dinghy vehicle on uneven ground easier than ever. The…

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Dinghy Digest: Brake Time | MotorHome Magazine

The InvisiBrake by Roadmaster is a good example of a permanently mounted auxiliary braking system. The control unit measures only 8-by-8-by-2 inches, and the system has the added benefit of charging the dinghy vehicle’s battery while towing. Auxiliary braking systems provide safe and legal travel when towing a dinghy vehicle A dinghy vehicle towed behind…

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Reno, Nevada: RVer’s Playground Like No Other

Climb to new heights in the Biggest Little City in the World “The Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West,” Reno Rodeo celebrates its 101st anniversary in June 2020. Reno, located in the northern part of Nevada, is so unique and offers so much to see and do throughout the year that no other location can…

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Reno, Nevada: RVer’s Playground Like No Other

Climb to new heights in the Biggest Little City in the World “The Wildest, Richest Rodeo in the West,” Reno Rodeo celebrates its 101st anniversary in June 2020. Reno, located in the northern part of Nevada, is so unique and offers so much to see and do throughout the year that no other location can…

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Classic Ride: Peace, Love and a VW Bus

Pop the top of this vintage 1973 VW Riviera Camper Van and bring back memories It feels like 1969. We are surrounded by men and women in tie-dyed shirts, listening to a band on a hot August day. Beside us, a camper van proclaims the words “peace” and “love” in Peter Max-like technicolor. It could…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: Palate Palette

  Camping with a group and eating meals together usually involves post-meal group dishwashing, too. Like many campers, our cutlery is a mishmash of designs and it was difficult to keep straight which knives, forks and spoons belonged to which family. We solved this with a dab of nail polish on the cutlery with each…

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RV Tech Savvy: Cabinet Finishes

We have a 2005 Country Coach Inspire 330 with solid-maple cabinets and trim. The maple cabinets and baseboards are showing wear, with milky spots on doors and baseboards. What can I do, short of stripping and refinishing, to bring back the finish? Skip Landry | via email What may first appear to be a beat-up…

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