Top 20 Must Have Tools for RVing Fulltime

1) Torque Wrench Used for pre-trip setting proper lug torque on my trailer wheels and from time to time on the truck lug nuts. Also every month or two I check the torque on the fifth wheel pin box, hitch and suspension bolts. 2) Socket Set I guess it could be classed as many tools, but for this list, I’ll count it as one. I feel a basic metric/SAE socket set is a must have for performing many simple repairs to the RV or tow vehicle. 3) Tire Gauge Another tool…

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5 Fabulous Cleaning Shortcuts for RVers

The less time and energy spent tidying up the RV, the more time for fun and adventures. Maximize your space and make your RVing trips more enjoyable with these 5 Fabulous Cleaning Shortcuts for RVers. Vertical Space Keeping a clean RV has a lot to do with how you use your space. By maximizing your space, you can employ these simple tricks for storing items without using precious floor/cupboard space. Use hideaway hooks for outer wear that won’t take up space when not in use. Use a hanging fruit basket for a catch-all for keys, sunglasses, etc. Use brackets to…

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8 Ways To Stay Warm While Camping In Cold Weather

Don’t let the cool temperatures of the fall season keep you from getting out and camping.  There are great advantages to “cold season” camping, including fewer people, fall colors, and seeing areas in different seasons, to name a few. With some preparation, most people can stay comfortable in cooler temperatures and keep on adventuring! Don’t let a little cold weather keep you from enjoying your adventures! (Photo by TC Wait) 1. No cotton next to your skin. Cotton holds moisture and is not at all warm.  Natural fibers like silk and wool are…

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