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Month: February 2013

PetSafe’s Stay + Play Wireless Fence

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You love the weekends spent at the campgrounds. After all, who can complain about a day at the lake and evenings with your fingers covered in roasted marshmallows? Bringing your pet along to share in the joy sounds like a great idea, until your neighbor starts complaining about his barking or you worry he will be out roaming the campground at his own discretion. PetSafe makes several product solutions that will make camping with your pet easier and more fun. Keeping your pet in your campsite is easy with a Stay + Play wireless fence. The sleek transmitter is tiny and light, which makes for easy packing and setup on site. You can easily contain your pet in a circular area up to 3/4 an acre. You can give your pet the same freedom he enjoys in your backyard on the campsite. The waterproof, rechargeable collar has 5 levels of adjustable static correction, as well as a tone only mode. With a quick training session, you will feel your worries slip away as you know your pet will stay close to... [Read more...]

Amsoil’s Nine Tips For Safe Towing

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Whether it’s a car, boat, RV, house trailer or trash to the dump, towing requires attention to details.  Here are nine key details to pay attention to for safe towing and longer vehicle life. 1) Weight Make sure your trailer and whatever you’re hauling is within the tow capacity of your vehicle. Check the owner’s manual to find the trailer types that your vehicle can haul and the maximum load weight it can pull. Use the right trailer hitch and make sure it is hitched correctly. 2) Weight Distribution If you experience fishtailing or your trailer sways while accelerating, back off the gas and see if it stops. If it continues when you accelerate again, check to see how the weight is distributed and adjust accordingly. 3) Lights Connect brakes and signal lights. Double check to make sure the trailer’s brakes, turn signals and tail lights are synchronized with those of the tow vehicle. 4) Tires Avoid hauling too much weight for the tires.  Blowouts can be bad news. Be... [Read more...]

Fleetwood: Making the Discovery

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Fleetwood continues its commitment to build motorhomes with innovation, quality and value with the introduction of an all-new floor plan for the iconic Discovery model, a Class A diesel motorhome. The Discovery 40E, which was named the 2012 RVIA Best in Show from RV Pro Magazine, is designed for maximum spaciousness and perfectly flows for the greatest comfort and convenience. As the definition of luxury for the Fleetwood brand, the Discovery provides owners with unmistakable quality and striking features that make the journey as much a thrill as the destination. A redesigned galley is one of the key highlights of the 40E floor plan. The new, spacious galley is set off by polished solid-surface counter tops and a contemporary curved backsplash shelf. A convenient curved spice-rack and large swing-out pantry cabinet offer extra storage space. Hardwood cabinetry and polished porcelain floors with decorative glass tile inlays add to the beauty of the Discovery 40E model, which features a... [Read more...]

Yamaha Generators

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Choosing the best generator for your RV and camping needs may seem like a daunting task.  With so many makes and models, the choices are endless. But selecting the right generator is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make. There’s nothing worse than being stranded in the extreme heat, cold, or dark without reliable power. That’s why so many people rely on Yamaha generators. Only Yamaha generators offer the same top performing, reliable, portable and leading-edge technology that’s made Yamaha a leader in motorcycles, ATVs and outboard motors for over 50 years. From “Class A” motorhomes to fifth wheels to travel trailers, Yamaha has the perfect generator to fit virtually any budget and size. Plus all Yamaha generators are protected by a 3-year factory warranty. So when it comes to yourgenerator, don’t take chances. Take a Yamaha. Read below for additional information on some of our most popular models. EF2000iS Inverter Powerful, portable and retro-cool, the... [Read more...]

Husky Power Jack – Take Some of the Work Out

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HB4500 Brute Power Jack Husky Towing Products wants to take some of the work out of your recreation times with the HB4500 Brute Power Jack. Built with hardened steel gears, weather resistant motor and gear housings, the Brute has a 4,500 lbs capacity and 18 inches of lift range at a fast travel speed. The Brute Jack is loaded with convenient features including a 6-inch adjustable drop down leg, three LED lights to illuminate the full hookup area, a built-in connector storage bracket and an emergency manual crank. The Brute Power Jack is also available with remote control with a 40′ operating range. Huskytow.com  

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