It might seem a little intimidating to have to work on a wheel or deal with trouble beneath your RV at any given time. But, the right tools and equipment can make the job easier, and make you look like an old pro when it comes to keeping your rig on the road.
We offer towing and leveling equipment that's easy to use, but will give you professional, secure results every time.
It starts with the basics: Every RV owner should have a scissor jack in their arsenal. Our jacks can lift up to 5000 pounds, so you'll never have to worry about being stranded. These jacks are designed to be sturdy on any type of ground and can stabilize your rig enough to fix everything from pothole-induced problems to tire tragedies. While they may not be able to hold the full weight of your mobile home, they can provide a sturdy foundation that allows you to take a look at the issue at hand and get it dealt with.
The best part? Our scissor jacks are easy to use. You don't have to be a mechanic to look like one (and seriously impress your passengers!).
You can also find easy solutions for towing a trailer, like our RV Sway Control System Towing Trailer Brake. Again, this is a device that can make you look like a pro. Beyond that, though, it's an extremely useful tool if you ever need to carry a trailer behind your RV (or any other vehicle!). The biggest risk when you're driving with a trailer behind you is the swaying motion it can cause.
Let's face it, no one wants to be on the freeway with a swaying trailer attached to them. It can be a scary feat for you, your passengers, and other people on the road. With our electric sway control system, you don't have to constantly check your rearview mirror to make sure the trailer behind you is staying in your lane! In fact, the system we offer will let you know via an LED light system exactly what the status of your attached trailer is, without having to get out and check on it. If there's a problem, you'll be alerted.
Our towing and leveling equipment serve several purposes: First, it offers you peace of mind. People buy RVs for dozens of different reasons, and it doesn't always mean they're used to the risks of the road or familiar with general RV maintenance. The products here make it easier to take care of some of the most common RV issues you might face while traveling. Second, they offer convenience. It can be expensive to take your rig into the mechanic or hire someone to hitch up a trailer for you. When you're easily able to do things yourself (thanks to easy-to-use equipment), you'll end up saving time and money.
Finally, they can make you more confident on the road. Whether you're a seasoned full-timer or on your first family road trip, utilizing resources like these can make it easier to learn more about your RV and how to maintain it. That's a skill that will continue to grow, and you'll be able to do more DIY maintenance projects than you ever thought possible. It all starts with the right equipment.