Extend-A-Line RV Ladder Mount Clothesline
Since most RV's don't have electric dryers, finding a convenient way to dry towels and bathing suits becomes imperative. And trust me, we have tried many of the solutions that have come along over the years that attempt to do this. I think the worst was a pvc pipe version that would basically melt in the hot sun and fall off the ladder, dropping your wet towels into the dirt. Some of the other versions allow your hanging items to come into contact with the back of the RV, which is not always the cleanest spot. The Extend A Line seems to address all of these issues with its solid rails, super fast attachment system, and ability to mount to the ladder, getting clothes away from the back of the RV. They even include a bracket that you can use to mount the Extend A Line to RV's without ladders or in your home laundry area. If you're not keen to drilling into your RV's back cap, you can purchase an optional 4" square bumper / A-frame mount that gives you even more options to attach the Extend A Line.
Price: $ 78.71
BAL Big Bad 10" Foot Pad
Sometimes you have to wonder if any of the people who make RV's have ever used one. Some of the things they overlook are amazing and the fact that most RV's are not parked on beautifully paved sites is one of those. So you lower your jacks on a sandy or loose gravel site and they will just continue to sink as the weekend progresses. So that means you have to pull out all of that lumber to keep things above ground. Well not anymore. The Big Bad foot pad provides a 100 square inches of surface under those jacks to keep them from sinking. And they designed them so they work on Landing Gears, Scissor Jacks, Tongue Jacks and Single Leg Stabilizer Jacks. The low profile design allows it to be mounted permanently on jack without interfering with operation or the need for removal. You get (2) 10" square pads with mounting hardware, which is quick and easy to install. And they come with a manufacturer's limited lifetime warranty.