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Family Motor Coaching magazine | April 2011
Entegra Insignia Print Email
It is uplifting to me when a company’s leaders push the envelope and introduce innovative products, realizing the future possibilities of such an endeavor. Such is the case with Jayco Inc. and its high-line diesel-pusher division, Entegra Coach.
An Authentic Auction At Hubbell Trading Post Print Email

We were bound for Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, which has been at the economic center of the Navajo Nation for more than 100 years.  John Lorenzo Hubbell, an icon on the reservation, began trading at Ganado in 1876 and bought the post in 1878.

Tow Bar Forces And Alignment Print Email
Making sure your tow bar is level is one of the key steps toward successful — and safe — towing.
Roof Air Conditioner Primer Print Email

Make sure your motorhome’s rooftop air-conditioning system is ready to pump out cool, refreshing air when the weather heats up by performing the following maintenance steps.

Lassoing History Print Email

Superstar cowboy Trevor Brazile is tearing up the professional rodeo circuit, thanks in part to the luxurious Foretravel Nimbus that he calls home throughout much of the season.

RV Trip Planning, The 'Social' Way Print Email
Social networking Web sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn can play a major role in planning your travels.
Come Play In The Adirondacks Print Email
Mmm! Breathe in that clear mountain air. If you love the outdoors, you'll want to spend time in the Adirondack Mountains in Old Forge, New York. This little village is a gem that people have been flocking to for years.
Motorhome Odysseys Print Email

Have you ever stopped to think how much we take our motorhomes for granted? Things are always supposed to work, but the reality is that they are machines and they do sometimes break down.
We have a 12-year-old motorhome, and it has a history.

Glad To Be On Board Print Email
First, let me express to my fellow FMCA members how honored and privileged I am to be the new FMCA executive director.
Readers' Forum: April 2011 Print Email

A Simple Exterior Is Best

Dear Editor:
I am writing in response to the letter by Mel Smith of South Carolina about the exterior designs of current motorhomes ("Simplify Exterior 'Designs,'" February 2011, page 12). I couldn't agree with him more.

Tech Talk: April 2011 Print Email
Convertor/Charger Problems

My question is about my 1992 34-foot Safari Ivory that has a 50-amp convertor/charger that has stopped working. Can I replace this with a regular 120-volt-AC/40-amp battery charger? 

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