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MotorHome Quick Tip: DIY Tire Fill

At left is a photo of the tire filler I use on my Tiffin Class A motorhome. The red line connects to the air source from the compressor, while the…

How to Prep for Winter Storage

Essential Steps You Need to Take Before and During Storage to Ensure Your Motorhome is Ready for the Next Travel Season As the days get shorter and the leaves begin…
Tech Q&A: Trailerlife Magazine

RV Tech Q&A: June 2019

New Tire Size Inflation I have a 2013 Outdoors RV (ORV) Timber Ridge 26RLS travel trailer with an unloaded weight of 7,200 pounds and a 1,500-pound cargo capacity. The unit…
Gear, Tech, Top Stories

Watch Your Back: RV Tire-Pressure Monitors

Investing in a TPMS for trailers and fifth-wheels can reduce adverse wear and blowouts, and boost safety and fuel economy It’s easy to know when a tire is underinflated on…
Tech Q&A: Trailerlife Magazine, Top Stories

RV Tech Q&A: November 2018

Selecting Trailer Tires I currently tow a 37-foot fifth-wheel with a gross vehicle weight rating (gvwr) of about 14,000 pounds. In three years, it has had three blowouts while we…
New Gear, Tech

Air Apparent: A TPMS Buyer’s Guide

A tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is one of the best investments you can make for tire life and safety One of the greatest fears every RVer has is a breakdown…
New Gear

World of Color

With the variety of tire-pressure monitoring devices on the market, selecting the right one may be a difficult proposition. Truck System Technologies (TST) has introduced a new Full Color Wide…
New Gear

TPMS for Your Motorhome

  Monitoring tire pressure and temperature is easy using one of these aftermarket systems Though tires may seem to be little more than round rubber shapes surrounding the wheels on…

Motorhome Tire Basics

Getting back to the basics is critical for proper selection, inspection, maintenance and performance Big tires, as on a motorhome, mean big money. Understanding your motorhome’s tires and taking care…
Tech Q&A: Motorhome Magazine

Tire Failures

  Q: I own a 26½-foot Class C motorhome that has been experiencing tire failures. I weighed it on a truck scale, and the front axle weighs 1,810 pounds on…