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Motorhome Quick Tip: Nailed It!

  The kitchen drawers in our Winnebago Sunstar would slide open when driving around curves. After much discussion and searching for solutions, my husband came up with a simple idea. He put a ring screw into the cabinet face and one slightly lower into the side of the drawer face. When on the road, I…

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Rv Tech Savvy: More Electric Vehicle Questions

With the proliferation of electric vehicles coming, I was wondering if you could entertain ideas for their use with motorhomes — such as towed vehicles, smaller motorhomes, using the motorhome to charge a car while hooked up and driving, etc. I look forward to my MotorHome magazine online every month. Thank you for your excellent…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: DIY Striping

2001 Winnebago Brave that was sun-faded on the outside after the DIY restoration 2001 Winnebago Brave that was sun-faded on the outside before the DIY restoration I purchased a 2001 Winnebago Brave that was sun-faded on the outside. I wanted to improve the exterior, but didn’t want to spend an arm and a leg doing…

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Straight as an Arrow | MotorHome Magazine

New adjustable drag link makes it simple to center the steering wheel on Ford F-53 chassis Piloting a motorhome has its own set of idiosyncrasies and one of them is contending with a steering wheel that’s not straight. The off-kilter position is not a deal breaker, but most of us would rather have a steering…

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Daytona Beach: Beyond the Sand and Speed

Open sunrise to sunset, Lighthouse Point Park’s 52 acres include wide pristine beaches, picnic areas and a scenic jetty perfect for fishing. An alternative view of the famous beach town in Florida reveals much beyond flash and sparkle the city is most noted for On a quintessential sunny Florida day, my husband and I slowly…

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How to Set Up a Campsite — 12 Easy Steps

  We all have our own way of setting up the motorhome once we get into camp. Some of us have very elaborate and specific rituals that we follow to the letter, others just wing it and play it by ear (not actually the best course of action), and some of us have created our…

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Sponsored Content: 9200 Power Awning from Dometic

The 9200 Power Awning from Dometic features a newly designed motor for quiet, one-touch operation. It’s easily set up by one person and comes with an improved manual override in case of power outages. The durable mildew- and moisture-resistant vinyl fabric protects you from the elements. Available lengths range from 8 to 21 feet. Hardware…

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A Flexible Shorepower Cord | MotorHome Magazine

Question: I own a 2009 Roadtrek Class B motorhome. The power cord gets stiff below 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Are there any companies that make a 30-amp cord that stays flexible in the cold? Mel Eberly | via emai Answer: This is a widely overlooked problem. I checked around and found the Mighty Cord Replacement Hardwire…

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Hurricane Watch: Thor’s forecast is Smooth Driving and Family Fun

Thor’s roomy 35M Class A gasser has the features and space for families Even with the slideout retracted, the kitchen and living area are fully functional. The two-basin sink, oven, microwave, 11-cubic-foot residential refrigerator, pantry and 40-inch LED TV line the side wall opposite the dinette and extending sofa (the slideout must be out to…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: Think Vertical

The storage space in our compact Class B is limited, which requires us to get creative. The two rules we have are: square is best for containers, and think vertical! Finding a place to store our baseball-type caps was an issue, so I came up with a vertical solution made of easy-to-find materials. I used…

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