Two No Boundary RV Reviews
No Boundaries with industry leading ground-clearance, larger diameter tires, and nimble suspension system, allows you to explore and set up camp in places that would otherwise be inaccessible. Lengths range from 12’ up to 25’ and are attractively equipped with both familiar standard equipment as well as fresh features for a truly unforgettable adventure.
Jeff reviews two No Bo trailers from Forest River with very different characteristics. The rainy Oregon weekend provided its own challenges, but that didn’t slow down these two off-roads beauties! The design is modern and different than your typical RV. It beckons the user to go off-roading, get off the grid!
The 10.5 is the smallest one in the No Boundaries line. It’s like a teardrop on steroids. Perfect for campers who enjoy cooking and hanging out outside. The 10.5 is more like camping in a tent except you have a nice dry bed off the ground and inside.
Jeff also shows us the awning called a batwing which spreads open, well, like a bat’s wings!
Both the 10.5, weighing in at under 2000 lbs., and the 19.5, weighing in under 5000 lbs. exceptionally light weight, versatile travel trailers that are towable by both 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder tow vehicles. Both trailers pull with grace and confidence and both trailers fit nicely in most campsites.
The No Boundaries line is Perfect for any outdoor enthusiast. And No Boundaries offers adaptable storage for kayaks, bikes, SUP’s, surfboards, skis, and fishing equipment.
Learn more about No Boundaries from Forest River here.
Thetford Titan Sewer Hose Kit handles a Tough Job
Campsite utility setup for an RV isn’t glamorous but it’s something that has to be done. Jeff shows us the Thetford Titan Sewer Hose kit. It has a 4 prong connector that fits nicely into the RV outlet!
This particular hose is 15′ long and it extends as it needs to and it also retracts to make a nice fit without lots of loose hose.
In most campgrounds you are required to have a air-tight fitting sewer connection. The Titan threaded fitting is threaded into the campground sewer outlet. You thread it down and then the end of the sewer hose fits nicely into that fitting.
When Thetford came up with this Titan sewer hose system, they put a lot of thought into it and we think it works pretty well.
Mark Explains Extension Cords
Extension cords are necessary when the RV cord doesn’t reach the campsite pedestal. Mark reminds us to only use extension cores when necessary. Avoid using an indoor extension cord outside as they are not made for the outside elements.
Mark explains the difference between inside and outside extension cords and how to determine the capacity of an extension cord. Learn more about RV Education 101 here.