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Lifting the Fog | MotorHome Magazine

Repairing fogged dual-pane windows restores vision while improving aesthetics Temperature control inside a motorhome is of prime importance to occupants, and the use of dual-pane windows is a proven method for regulating heat in summer and cold in winter. Opting for dual-pane windows — when not offered as standard equipment — is one of the…

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Kijaro Rocks Your Campfire with Comfort and Style

Relaxing by the campfire is one of the finer points of the motorhome lifestyle, but the picnic table at the campsite is often uncomfortable for extended (or even short-term) lounging. That makes bringing along your own chairs a must, and Kijaro offers a folding rocker chair for homestyle comfort. The Rok-it portable rocking chair is…

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Room to Roost | MotorHome Magazine

More than 400 full-hookup sites await visitors to Arizona’s brand-new Verde Ranch RV Resort. New and improved RV parks and resorts across the Sunbelt make snowbirding more appealing than ever Consumer demand for high-quality RV parks and resorts across the Sunbelt is increasing, reflecting the record sales of RVs that has taken place during the…

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Cool New Pop-Top Class B Motorhome

  Winnebago just launched a brand-new Class B named Solis with an innovative rooftop extension. The Solis offers a comfortable “pop-top” sleeping area combined with a Murphy bed on the lower level, the Solis can accommodate sleeping for up to 4 people in a compact 19-foot, 6-inch package. The roof raises on hinges and gas…

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Mass Appeal: Fun, facts, fine art in the Bay State

Fun, facts, fine art and cranberries in the Bay State It’s no secret that Massachusetts has a rich history. Its residents are proud of their state, and have found compelling ways to tell its stories. Who knew history could be so engaging? My husband, Jim, and I started our journey through Massachusetts with two nights…

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Motorhome Quick Tip: Ankle Saver

We have owned several types of RVs. The one thing I can say about Class A motorhomes is that the step-well inside is fine for getting in and out, but walking around at night in the dark, for us and our dogs, can be dangerous, as the large hole in the floor becomes a trip…

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RV Tech Savvy: Check-engine Light Woes

We own a 2006 40-foot Holiday Rambler Ambassador diesel pusher with the Roadmaster chassis. There are currently about 55,000 miles on the odometer. For the last 8,000-10,000 miles, we’ve had the problem of the “check engine” light coming on and going off while driving. We’ve noticed that tapping the throttle will make the light go…

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Winnebago Industries to Acquire Newmar Corp.

Acquisition Expands Winnebago Industries’ Portfolio of Outdoor Brands and Strengthens Core RV Platform According to a press release dated Sept. 16, 2019, Winnebago Industries, Inc. (NYSE: WGO), a leading outdoor lifestyle product manufacturer, announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Newmar Corporation (“Newmar”), a leading manufacturer of Class A and Super…

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2019 Dinghy Towing Guide Updates

ADDITIONS Fiat 2019 500 with manual transmission may be flat towed at speeds up to 65 mph, for any distance, if the manual transmission is in neutral. Ford 2019 Edge ST with 2.7-liter EcoBoost is flat-towable using the Manual Park Release procedure; do not exceed 65 mph. Lincoln 2019 Nautilus with optional 2.7-liter engine is…

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Easy DIY Diesel Radiator Flush

A DIY diesel radiator flush is an easy-to-do preventive maintenance project. Keeping the engine on a diesel pusher cool while on the road is no easy task. It requires a large, rear-mounted radiator or two smaller side-mounted ones as well as a water pump, cooling fan, lots of hoses and many gallons of coolant/antifreeze. Flushing…

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