July '18

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94 • RV PRO • July 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T TANDEM WHEEL CHOCK BAL RV Products, Elkhart, Ind., pro- vides the U.S.-made, quality X-Chock and X-tended Fit X-Chocks for travel trailer and fifth wheel campers. This bestseller in the category offers sturdy, attractive retail packaging. Don't sacrifice quality for price; provide customers with a wor- ry-free, simple accessory that improves their camping experience. Also, BAL has no issues with stripped threaded rods. www.norcoind.com/bal PORTABLE WASTE TRANSPORTER DTS Mfg., Wilsonville, Ore., offers a made-in-America four-wheel portable waste transporter. Available in 38-, 25- or 18-gallon size, the Tote-N-Stor is the only four-wheel storage tank that lets RVers store their extra hook-up fittings. The low-profile design allows for easy storage and a handy vent system makes these not only quick to fill, but also the fastest-draining tanks on the market. Free accessory kit included. www.totenstor.com FIFTH WHEEL HITCHES PullRite, Mishawaka, Ind., says the unique arch design of the SuperLite coupled with high-grade steel components provide unparalleled strength while not compro- mising the bed of an RVer's truck and weighing as little as 52 pounds. SuperLite models are designed to work with either ISR bed rails or any 2 5/16 gooseneck ball. The flexible design of both models allows the king pin to be positioned rear of the axle, allowing for a tighter turning radius even when towing with a 6.5-foot bed. www.pullrite.com CLEAR-COVER RV ANTENNA KING, Bloomington, Minn., makes sure RVers always know where their antenna is pointing with the new KING Quest Pro and DISH Tailgater Pro, featuring the first-ever clear cover. These premium stationary automatic portable or roof-mount- able satellite TV antennas allow campers to take their favorite programming on the road, to the great outdoors, or anywhere. www.kingconnect.com

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