Travels with Ted

The DIY Guide to RV Maintenance

Wavy Line

Seals are the number one thing every RV owner should be checking and maintaining.  Strong seals prevent water damage!

Cap sealant is the specialty caulk that is used to seal exterior doors, windows and storage bays on RVs.

Cap Sealant

If maintaining seals sounds like too much work, consider a molded fiberglass camper, which is made with very few seals to be water tight!

Next up is tires! RV tires must be regularly inspected and maintained to prevent disastrous blowouts on the road!

use a tread depth gauge on your RV tires. If your tire’s tread depth is below 2/32 of an inch, it’s time to replace your tires.

Tire Treads

Spare tires should be inspected every 5,000 miles. Ceck the tire pressure of the spare and visually inspect it

Don't Forget the Spare

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