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Fall Excel Members Rally is COMING UP!

Not a member? Not a problem, you can still purchase a membership TODAY!

Did you know that Excel owners have a membership? This membership allows you to connect with people who full-time in their Excel 5th wheels. If you’re new to the Excel family this membership will benefit you by connecting with people who have “Been there and Done that.” We know where to find that part, or how to fix that pesky problem that you just can’t figure out. Not only that, you get to connect with people who LOVE their RV and the on-the-road lifestyle.

So, as a member you’re invited to seasonal Camp-Out Rally’s. We get together and play games, eat food and talk about our life on the road. Each Rally has a seminar provided by our very own Kevin Ridenour, who has been working on Excel 5th wheels for many years and has even developed many of the infield fixes that keep them on the road today. If you’re interested in a membership, [...]

Four Keys to RV Financing

Are you in the market for a new RV? Obtaining a loan is easier now than it has been for several years. RV interest
rates are at an all-time low. If you understand the four key areas that banks look at, we can help you get on the road and find the RV of your dreams.

LENDER GUIDELINES The lending industry has better financing options than a few years ago, but it’s important to
understand that recreational financing is still different than financing a car. As consumers, we often compare the
experience of obtaining a recreational vehicle loan to a car loan, but the actual loan process for financing a RV
typically takes longer than a car loan because the lenders’ credit guidelines are different for a RV versus a car.
Lenders are less likely to approve full-time RVers so make sure you make arrangements [...]

Have you seen the video by Inside Edition about improperly hooking up your trailer? They warn to “Beware” and after watching their video it became evident that maybe our followers need a heads up on the dangers as well. While driving a trailer can be scary and for the first time tower, if you don’t understand the dynamics of towing it can be dangerous, but if you’re cautious and vigilant in your towing set up, it doesn’t have to be so dangerous.

Travel trailers are much safer if you tow with a Sway Control-Equalizer hitch that is set up properly. We always recommend an equalizer hitch, in fact if you’re purchasing your set up through us we won’t set it up without one. It’s an extra expense right up front, usually between $500-$800 but it can save your life and the life of those on the road around you.

Another thing to remember when towing [...]

Coming Mid-March!

2018 Arctic Fox 25W

We have another beautiful Arctic Fox on it’s way and we know you’re going to love it! The demand for these Northwood built trailers have been so great that we just can’t keep them in stock. This travel trailer is just short of 30 feet and weighs about 6700 lbs dry and a max weight of 10,000 lbs. It has E-Z Lube axles, 15″ Aluminum wheels/tires with shocks on all 4 wheels. Stabilizer Jacks and Aluminum Tread entry steps. This All-Conditions, Four Season insulation package will keep you comfortable in the Summer and Heated holding tanks give you piece of mind in the dead of Winter.

The rear kitchen allows for easy access to the fridge while you’re on the road and the floor plan provides plenty of room for enjoying your family and entertaining guests. Dual entry doors on this trailer, as well as an enclosed bathroom/shower, outside of the bedroom.
Standard features [...]

IMPORTANT RECALL NOTIFICATION

Check your Fire Extinguishers!

When is the last time you checked your fire extinguisher? For some of us, the time between checks goes a bit too long and if we’re being honest, some of us can’t even remember if it’s ever been checked. I remember growing up, my Grandmother had an extinguisher behind the seat of her old Datsun pickup, it was always there, in fact, I don’t think it ever moved more or less get checked for efficiency or safety. So, that image has always been in my mind that an extinguisher is good forever. As most of you know, this is a dangerous practice and like anything, it must be kept up, to work when it’s really needed. Standard safety guidelines says you should be having your extinguisher checked by a fire protection equipment company annually, and a complete breakdown and internal inspection must be done every 6 years.  Eeek, my poor Grandmother would have never known [...]

Brand New Arctic Fox on its way!!

2018 Arctic Fox 25W

Happy New Year from RV Sales!

We are kickin’ off the year with some beautiful trailers. First to our lot around mid March, will be a beautifully modern Arctic Fox 25W. This baby has a spacious lay-out for you and your guests. A rear kitchen gives you quick access to your refrigerator and kitchen while on the road and it’s easy to maneuver into most campsites at a length of just under 30 feet. The Arctic Fox is a buyer favorite when it comes to all seasons packages. It’ll keep you nice and comfortable on hot Summer nights and warm and toasty after hitting the slopes. With Hot, Polyurethane laminated, multi-Layered substrate walls and high density block foam insulation, you can trust in it’s design.

The bedroom is located on the other side of the trailer by another entry door for privacy. You can entertain and allow for peaceful sleeping in the next room. The [...]

This beautiful 2011 Peterson Excel Limited 33GKS is on it’s way to the lot.  This unit has been well taken care of and is in immaculate condition. This 34 ft Excel comes with 3 slides for optimal space that sleeps 4, Washer and Dryer hook-ups, a Hydraulic leveling system and a beautiful and spacious floor plan that you will absolutely love.

We are excited to receive this unit and can’t wait to show you more.  Stay tuned!

Well folks, it’s that time again.. I know what you’re saying, FINALLY!!

We have some units on the lot that just have to go, so we’re knocking prices down to Rock Bottom and just in time for Christmas! Imagine your families face when you remove the blindfold on Christmas morning to a beautiful RV sitting in the driveway.  This will be the best gift you’ve ever given because of the adventures that will come out of it.  Journeys full of laughter and sites that you never even knew existed, UNTIL NOW!   Give memories that will last a lifetime this Christmas.

First, we have a 2005 Excel 36RDO. This beautiful 5th wheel has Keyless entry, an upgraded awning wrap to protect from the sun, 10 cu ft refrigerator because more food means a better vacation, a pull-out pantry, 2 A/c units, a Fantastic Fan with rain sensor and a ceiling fan. Those Summer vacation heat waves [...]

Keeping a traveling log

Should I do that?


We are seeing a great rise in full time RV-living families. With this, we have had lots of questions about should I or shouldn’t I? Should I keep that open? Should I secure that while I’m traveling? Should I turn off the battery when not in use? Should I remember that noise?
Here at RV Sales we are a First-time buyer friendly company. We don’t think any question should be overlooked and we want to make sure your RV living is as smooth as possible. So, we stand behind the idea of keeping a log. I don’t know about you but I have a memory that seems to fail me at times, call it age, call it a brain too full of great idea’s, call it whatever you want but it’s the [...]

Changing your RV tires

When should I do it?

How often should I change the tires on my RV?

Well, it’s a great question because some of us don’t use our RV as much as our regular vehicles. So, if it’s just sitting why should I change the tires? Here’s our answer to that. The suggestion from the Manufacturers is that after five years the RV trailer tires should be replaced regardless of the tire appearance or tread depth. You really get about three to five years on your trailer tires, after three years, regardless of how much you use it, one third of the tires life is already gone.
Because we don’t have a magic ball to predict the future, being safe is much better than being sorry. Trailer tires just don’t last like a regular car tire and although it may be a bit expensive to replace your tires, it’s much more expensive to replace a part of your trailer due [...]

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