Most travel trailers and fifth wheels being produced today have some sort of slide out. Some are small wardrobe-only slide, and some are the “Super Slides” that run a significant length of the side of the trailer. In all of these cases, some sort of maintenance will be involved. Here is a short little video about how to maintain and lubricate your slide system.
I love camping. I love tent camping, I love camping in 5th wheels, travel trailers, and I can sort of understand camping in a motorhome. But my absolute favorite way to camp is in a pop-up. Call it a pup, tent camper, folding trailer or just a suped-up tent on wheels, pop ups are (in my humble opinion) the perfect blend of tent camping with just enough creature comfort to make things practical and easy. I call it “Roughing it in style”.
A lot of people tell me it’s too much work, so I found this video to help dispel that rumor. It is easier than you might think, and more affordable than most. So check it out, and if you want to try it, I’ll let you see for yourself in person.
This is a tour of the Exclusive Diamond Package on the Flagstaff Island Kitchen 5th wheel. It features a ton of new features that add a great looks and function to this light weight 5th wheel.