The receptacle part of a trailer hitch which accommodates inserts such as ball mounts, drawbars or accessory carriers. Common receiver sizes are 1-1/4" and 2".
A slang term for the refrigerator in your RV.
The LP valve controlling the gas flow through all appliances, and maintaining the appropriate pressure in the LP gas system.
A safety release in RV systems which opens when the temperature or pressure exceeds set limits. They are found on LP gas systems, and on pressurized water systems.
What many RVers call their units.
ROOF AIR CONDITIONING
An air conditioning unit that is mounted on the roof of an RV, to cool the RV when parked. When moving, most RVs are cooled by separate air conditioning units that are components of the engine, or they may be cooled by a roof top, if a proper size generator is installed.
A general term referring to the suspension system, axles, brakes, bearings, wheel and tires.
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Rear Wheel Drive.