July '18

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rv-pro.com July 2018 • RV PRO • 105 GAS-ABSORPTION RV REFRIGERATOR Norcold, Sidney, Ohio, presents its Polar 7LX gas absorption RV refrigerator. New state-of-the-art technology allows the Polar 7LX to increase storage space to its already industry-leading capacity in the 6-cubic-foot class. The new Polar Series provides many rea- sons for dealers and consumers to "Demand The Bear," including enhanced styling and LCD con- trol panels with new, convenient touch controls. It features dual clear crispers, clear door bins and an adjustable thermostat that puts the user in control. www.norcold.com EASY-ENTRY RV STEPS Torklift International, Sumner, Wash., presents the GlowStep Revolution, an All-American product and the ultimate step system for towables. These steps feature a 7.5-inch riser height similar to the staircase in most homes and con- nect to the ground for stability. These trailer steps don't require heavy lifting overhead or fling dirt and debris inside the RV. The multi-link hinge design accommodates tight space constraints in storage facilities, campgrounds and more. Proudly made in the U.S.A. with a legendary lifetime warranty. www.torklift.com CUSTOM HITCHES CURT, Eau Claire, Wis., custom hitches are designed, manufactured, finished and tested in the U.S.A. Each is made vehicle-specific for a custom fit, and all are finished with an industry-leading co-cured Bonderite and powder coat that protects them inside and out from rust, chipping and UV damage. CURT also is able to test each hitch for safety in real-world settings at its Detroit engineering facility. CURT hitches are available for all types of vehicles, and each is backed by a limited lifetime warranty. www.curtmfg.com POWERED RUNNING BOARDS Aries, Eau Claire, Wis., introduces ActionTrac powered running boards, which are unique because of their patented step-within-a-step design and simple-to-install system. They're actually two steps in one, providing easy access, especially on larger trucks and Jeeps. The retractable steps fold up into the contoured housing, adding a stylish look and shielding the steps and electrical components from the elements. They also help protect the sides of the vehicle. For the easiest possible installation, ActionTrac boards install with no-splice wiring and no-drill brackets on most models. www.ariesautomotive.com

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