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Fall RV Tips
Fall RV Checklist By no means are these the only steps to be taken to prepare your trailer for its long and wintery slumber but it’s a good place to start.  Every experienced RV’er has their own little set of ‘tips’ to recommend.   * Bring your RV to Cam...
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SALES POSITION AVAILABLE
Camping in Style is the highest volume trailer sales dealer in Durham region and the #1 selling Keystone dealer in Ontario.  We presently have an opening coming available in our Sales Department and require a quality salesperson..  This person already has sales experie...
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Dicor - How To Apply
The Keystone RV owner's manual recommends inspecting your RV roof at least twice a year and sealing any areas that need attention. This video shows you exactly what to look for, how to clean and prepare the surface, and how to choose and apply the proper sealant.
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2016 Keystone RV Avalanche 300RE
At under 35-feet in length this Avalanche 300RE is the perfect fifth wheel for extended stay camping, without concern for site size restrictions. Though smaller in lenght, the 300RE offers all the benefits of larger models.
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New Keystone RV In-Command
Keystone RV has developed an exclusive APP for your smartphone to simplify the setup and operation of your RV.
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New Retreat Luxury Package - Wow!
Here is a short Youtube video on the new Keystone Retreat Luxury Package.
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2016 Keystone Bullet 1800RB
Camping In Style is excited to announce... we will be the first dealer in North America to receive Keystone Bullet's newest floorplan, the 1800RB. The Bullet line of trailer is know as one of the most towable trailers in the industry today.  Now it's even better!  The 1800R...
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Lippert Schwintek Slide Manual
Here is a manual to help diagnose issues with the Lippert Schwintek slides.  We've received alot of positive comments on how helpfull the manual is.  Simply click on the link and a document will come up. http://www.primetimerv.com/download/ComponentManuals/Chassis-Lip...
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Parts WEB Special
Here is this weeks Web Special. Our Valterra Wheel Chock - # 14-0034, BOGO (Buy One Get One) Free! Our Camco Leveling Blocks - # 81422, 50% off each package! - SOLD OUT! Come on down because quantities are limited...
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On-Line Parts & Accessories
Hey everyone, Camping In Style RV now has an On-Line Parts & Accessories catalogue.  All you have to do is click on the RV PARTS icon, located at the top right corner of our website. The catalogue allows you to either search or choose from the index, select the part you require and have ...
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Raptor Toy Hauler 425TS Video
RV News Channel reporting on the Keystone Raptor Toy Hauler 425TS
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Time Lapse - RV Show
Time lapse video of the 2015 Jan RV show.
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Tire Monitor - Lippert Components Inc.
Here's a product from Lippert Components Inc that not only monitor tire pressure but temperature as well!
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Dometic LCD Thermostat Manual
Single Zone LCD Thermostat - Operating Instructions
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How to Manually Extend or Retract an Electric Slide-Out System
Published on May 22, 2012 At LCI we are committed to providing you with unmatched customer service. Please thoroughly read your Owner's Manual or go to LCI1.com for more information.
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How To: Override Your Slide Out Mechanisim
Every RV camper should watch this video in case of power loss. This video shows the types of slide out mechanisms Keystone uses in their travel trailers and fifth wheels and provides a step by step explanation on how to override the system to retract your slide out room should you lose power.
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The Truth About Laminated VS. Vacuum Bonded Walls
The background of the industries current lamination systems, both hot melt or vacuum systems were developed in the 90’s as an improvement over contact adhesive. Contact adhesive was first used to create laminated walls and had environmental issues. These environment issues were the driving for...
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Maintaining your Trailer
Trailers like automobiles require regular maintenance. The most important maintenance thing you need to do is inspect and reseal the sealants/caulking on your trailer. The manufacturers recommend you do this every 3 months. We suggest no less than every spring and fall.
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When matching up 5th wheels with a truck to pull it, choose the fifth wheel first!
A common myth is a ½ ton truck is rated to carry 1000 lbs, a ¾ ton is rated to carry 1500 lbs and a 1 ton is rated to carry 2000 lbs. If you look up the specifications you will find the actual payload ratings are 100’s of pounds higher than the category of the truck.
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How to Keep the Trailer Weight Down
As water is available at every campground, we don’t recommend filling up the freshwater tank at home before you leave. That’s a lot of unnecessary extra weight to haul down the road.
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Trailer Weights & Myths
Year after year I see customers looking at the Trailer Identification sticker on the driver’s side trying to determine what the trailer weighs.
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Tongue Weight & Weight Distribution
If you read your tow vehicles owner’s manual (section on trailer towing) it will tell you the tongue weight of a trailer should not exceed blank (500 lbs for example).
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