New Products

(Jan. 11, 2012) — The Travel Star fifth wheel is currently offered in two flexible floorplans with two more to be introduced over the next few months. It’s loaded with all the necessary camping features, constructed with vacuum-bonded laminated sidewalls and insulated by the standard Arctic Package, said Froman.

(Jan. 10, 2012) — The new Excursion is the most compact diesel pusher in Fleetwood’s line-up at just 33 feet long. Standard features include class-leading 84-inch ceilings, 22.5-inch aluminum wheels, 10,000-pound hitch rating, 88 gallons of fresh water capacity, and 174 cubic feet of exterior storage capacity with bus-style side-swing luggage doors.

(Jan. 4, 2012) — With a few taps of the screen, visitors can use their smartphones to find overviews, directions, operating hours and activities available at various sites managed by the DEP’s Division of Parks and Forestry. Visitors can also fine-tune their searches by looking for activities that interest them.

(Jan. 3, 2012) – ”The Quick Disconnect StableLoad is adjustable and puts the overload leaf spring to work much sooner while stabilizing the suspension and the truck’s load,” Taylor said. “Airbags are not required for use with this suspension upgrade and if you have airbags, this will allow you to lower your airbag pressure, thus preserving your airbags.”

(Jan. 10, 2012) – Roadpro offers a 12-volt soft cooler bag manufactured to keep drinks, meals or snacks cool. The RP12SB cooler bag is convenient to hold up to 24 beverages can.

(Jan. 3, 2012) — This handy portable stove warms food up to 300 degrees and is easy to bring along. It can be used to heat most kinds of pre-cooked food, and is ideal for stews, beans, chops, rice meals and other hot dishes.

(Dec. 21, 2011) — EverGreen Recreational Vehicles, LLC, today unveiled the 2012 series of retro-modern Element travel trailers, enhanced with two new twin-axle floor plans designed for larger families and more camping comfort.

(Dec. 19, 2011) — The packet’s outer layer dissolves in water, allowing the beneficial bacteria to break down waste and tissue. This results in elimination of odors, cleaning of sensors and valves, and easy transfers.

(Dec. 15, 2011) — “The panels are made in Italy and are some of the best we’ve found in the European market,” said Nickel. “Innova panels help provide an alternative style to grab the RV customer at the point of sale. Virtually any design can be custom built for different floorplans and tastes.”

(Dec. 14, 2011) — The new Quick-Release Fire Extinguisher Bracket combines Mac’s trademark rugged construction with the convenience of a quick-release tab and the ability to accommodate most standard hand-held extinguishers.

(Dec. 7, 2011) — The unit can sleep two in the queen bed, two in bunk beds outside the master bedroom, two on the pull-out sofa and three in the bunk room. A four-bunk bunkroom is also available without a separate bathroom.

(Dec. 7, 2011) — The RPSC784 coffee maker is perfect for on-the-go lifestyle since no filters are required and it supports a stop-drip interrupt system that prevents drips and mess when the mug is removed.

(Dec. 6, 2011) — Therapik’s design is based on a simple, scientifically proven principle. Most insect venom is thermolabile, or sensitive to heat. Therapik’s patented technology delivers heat in the precise temperature range necessary to deactivate the venom from over 20,000 different species of insects and sea creatures.

(Dec. 6, 2011) — “One of the most exciting features of the new Bounder Classic diesel is that it has air brakes and air-ride,” said Draheim. “It offers a premium ride and drive, which is something our customers have been asking for.”

(Dec. 5, 2011) — The two new, twin axle 26-foot Element models include the ET26 SRK rear kitchen and the ET26 SRL rear lounge floor plans. The sleeping capacity in both new floorplans increases by one adult.

(Dec. 5, 2011) — “It’s a simple, elegant solution for the evolving designs of motorhome manufacturers looking to do more with less bulk and weight,” said Nickel. “The very compact dimensions of this ‘hidden step’ provide manufacturers with excellent installation flexibility without a bulky, step-box look.”

(Dec. 5, 2011) — Fitting snuggly over the 6-1/2 inch buffing pad, the bonnet features a lining that serves as a vapor barrier to prevent a wet waxing pad from leaking through. This saves time since users can place this right over the used wax pad to buff out the extra wax.

(Dec. 5, 2011) — “It is a people hauler that you wouldn’t be embarrassed to drive, and an RV you can drive everyday,” said Hanemaayer. “It’s a great alternative to a large SUV, crossover or minivan for an active family.”

(Dec. 2, 2011) — The new Seal-Tite sealing process for RVs principally involves the infusion of nitrogen gas into the sealant material, volumizing it and enabling the material to spread farther and seep better into the tiniest gaps to create an impervious seal.

(Nov. 30, 2011) — Excursion features a spacious galley design with polished volcanic series solid-surface countertops, glass-tile backsplash and enough space for an impressive buffet spread. Fleetwood’s innovative hide-a-loft option is also available for customers wanting more sleeping capacity without sacrificing additional floor plan space.

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