Articles By: Kevin McKenzie

Relocating the Dirt Devil Vac

The Voltage and the Fusion both mount the Dirt Devil vacuum on the ceiling of the pass through storage which will restrict what you can load in that area. Take a look at  their website pic here and you’ll see what I mean. So I relocated it behind the wall. To do, just remove the panel. Cut a...
March 9th, 2011 | Tips | Read More

Deep Cycle Battery Care

Let’s face it, since us Toy Hauler owners mostly dry camp, our batteries are extremely important. Following are some tips I’ve picked up over the years along with some products I think are worth a look. The life of your deep cycle batteries will largely be affected by how it’s used and how it’s...
February 23rd, 2011 | Tips | Read More

Dumont Sand Dunes

New Years at Dumont The Dumont Sand Dunes are located near California’s Death Valley off of Hwy 127. In this state, Dumont is 2nd only to Glamis in total rideable sand. Here, like Glamis, horsepower is king if you want to hang with the big boys as the steep hill climbs, huge bowl’s, and sharp razorbacks...
January 25th, 2011 | Destinations Hi-lite, Weekend Adventures | Read More

Dutchmen Voltage V3900 Review – Part 2

Dutchmen Voltage V3900 Review – Part 2   Part 1 of this review covered the Interior of the Voltage V3900. This second part will cover the garage, the exterior, and all its underlying components and specifications. The Garage Granted, this is my first trailer with a garage so I have nothing to compare...
January 19th, 2011 | Toy Haulers Hi-lite | Read More

Voltage Cabinet Mod

The Voltage V3900 toy hauler has a small coat closet beneath the control panel that I felt was under utilized. I also felt that the V3900 needed a little more storage space and I needed a spot to mount my inverter control panel. The coat closet seemed to be the perfect place to add both. I got lucky...
January 17th, 2011 | Tips | Read More