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Thanks Lisa for your kind words about our service department!

“I bought a Roadtrek earlier this year and never knew there were so many valves in the water system. When it came time to winterize it, I was lost. I called the Dave Arbogast RV and Boat Depot Service Department, and for $59.95 they winterized it for me, and also took the time to show me how to do it. What an experience. I am really happy with my Roadtrek and my service experience at the Dave Arbogast RV.”

For RV Parts or service, visit Dave Arbogast RV in Troy!

Sometimes you can find the coolest gadgets for your motorhome.

Take a floating cooler for example. A simple idea, right?

With a floating cooler, you can stop at your favorite beach or river, jump on a tube, and float your worries away without having to worry about holding onto it. It can be a very a tedious process trying to hold onto your cooler and make it down the river. A floating cooler eliminates this problem with ease. Just tie a rope from the tube to the cooler’s handle and you’re good to go.

If you’re interested in finding a floating cooler you can toss in your RV to have ready to go when river calls, it’s easy as visiting RV Parts Supplier today. RV Parts Supplier has all kinds of cool RV Parts and Accessories to add to your class b motorhome.

So a buddy of mine is less than pleased with the air conditioning unit that came with his motorhome. He said it act’s up, constantly quits, and often just doesn’t seem to pump out cool air like he had hoped. Basically, it turned out to be a huge disappointment.

Let’s be real here. There is nothing worse than being cooped up in a RV on a hot summer day with an air conditioning unit that just plain blows (no pun intended).

Thankfully, a few weeks ago my dad was able to solve the same problem regarding his own faulty AC unity by purchasing a new unit through RV Parts Supplier.  I quickly told my buddy about the website and he was hooked.

With a variety of air conditioning units to choose from, it didn’t take long for him to find a remedy for his RV woes.

Whether you’re looking for an more advance low-profile, high [...]

There is nothing like waking up in the mountains in your RV. The smell of fresh air combined with an awe-inspiring view  is enough to make anyone never want to leave.

For myself, enjoying a cup of coffee as I behold such a breathtaking view is must. Did you know that RV Parts Suppliers offers a wide range of coffee accessories for your RV. We have everything from beverage heaters to makers to coffee-to-go makers to even stainless steel hot mugs.

Although most larger RVs come with some sort of coffee maker, there are still a number of other models which don’t. With that said, don’t hesitate to take a moment to browse our great selection of coffee accessories.

After all, you’re going to need something to help wake you up so you can go enjoy those breathtaking mountains. If your looking for RV Parts and accessories visit www.rvpartssupplier.com.

Roadtrek Class B Vans get great gas mileage but there are some simple ways to get a few miles better.  Dave Arbogast Van Depot can help keep your Roadtrek in top shape, ensuring your getting the best MPG’s possible.  Take a look at Polk’s top seven steps to better fuel economy. Are you getting the most out of your Roadtrek?

1. Check and replace your air filter if it’s dirty. That’s right, something as simple as a clean air filter can improve your fuel economy up to 10 percent.

2. Checking and adjusting your tire pressure to the proper pressure can increase fuel economy by 3 percent. Of course, it can also prevent premature tire wear, tire failures and blowouts caused by overinflated or underinflated tires. Tires can look normal when they are seriously underinflated. Use a quality air pressure gauge and check your tires [...]

At Dave Arbogast Van Depot its our goal to keep you safe and sound in your Roadtrek.   Nothing will ruin all of the fun and adventure quicker than an unexpected breakdown. Polk has put together a pre departure maintenance checklist so you don’t find yourself on the side of the road.  Our award winning Roadtrek service department and Roadtrek parts department can take care of all these items for you.  If you have any question please feel free to contact us.

There are three basic types of maintenance for your motor coach: preventive maintenance, scheduled maintenance and emergency maintenance.

  • Preventive maintenance is maintenance you can perform on your Roadtrek Class B Van before a problem exists. These checks are designed to prevent or identify potential problems that could lead to mechanical breakdown, malfunction or failure of a component or system on your RV. Preventive maintenance consists of cleaning, inspecting, lubricating, adjusting and servicing your [...]
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