The truck camper repair and maintenance section takes you step-by-step through the processes of inspecting and maintaining truck camper seals, propane systems, water heaters, LP and CO detectors, and much more. These articles should be considered required reading for all truck camper owners.
It's spring and you open up your camper. You turn on the water. It smells awful! Were eggs left in the camper?...
TCM coats the entire underbody of a truck camper with Alvin Rubber In A Can looking to create a flexible waterproof seal.
TCM removes decals, deoxidizes filon, caulks, seals, and Seal Tech tests their eleven year old camper.
Have you ever experienced that rotten egg smell? Here’s how to maintain your camper's water heater.
Here’s how, and why it’s so important to replace your RV Detectors.
TCM makes some critical safety changes to their propane system and tanks in an eleven year old truck camper.
Here's a guide on how to properly maintaining Happijac tie downs and turnbuckles, including winterizing advice.
Don Payne, Happijac’s Product Manager, talks about how we should be properly maintaining Happijac camper jacks.
Doug Bakker gives advice about properly using and maintaining Rieco-Titan camper jacks.
Bill Ward, Owner of Hallmark RV, helps to demystify the safe use of propane and propane systems in a camper.
Mike Kernagis talks about how to properly maintaining camper seals. Get your caulk guns ready.