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If your small RV has too much bounce when you exit a parking lot or driveway, these can help!

You’ll want to order both front and rear SumoSprings for the best results. There are some helpful installation videos on YouTube!

Helwig Sway Bar

This made quite a difference on our unit. The side-to-side motion of the coach was greatly reduced once we installed this beefier sway bar. Simple installation.

Leveling Blocks

If you don’t have automatic levelers installed, you will need something to help you keep the unit level when camping. We have tried several different types of leveling blocks. These have stood the test of use. They are a bit like Lego bricks, fitting together to form a stable base. They come ten bricks to a case and we keep two cases on hand. We typically need only one case, but there are those field-style campgrounds that are a challenge for leveling! If you have levelers built-in to your unit, you won't need these.

Hub Cap Remover

When you need to remove a hub cap, this tool is invaluable! We have to remove the hubcaps to check tire pressure, so we use it regularly. 

Solid Rubber Wheel Chock

Once you level the RV you need to chock the wheels and this heavy-duty, solid rubber chock does an admirable job of holding the unit in place. 

Flying Insect Screen Cover for RV Vents

Oh man, if you’ve ever had wasps build a nest in the furnace vent you know what a headache that can be! These covers fit snugly over the round vents on the outside of your RV. They’ll do the trick to keep flying insects from building their “vacation” nest in your RV vents!

Water Pressure Regulator

Water pressure from campground faucets can vary, so this regulator can damp high pressure as well as raise low pressure with the turn of a screw. We are more concerned with high pressure since that could damage the RV’s plumbing!

Collapsible Ladder

If you have a skylight hatch in your RV that gives access to the roof, this collapsible ladder will come in handy. It folds down to almost nothing and still provides a sturdy enough frame to hold an adult for quick access through the roof hatch.