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Campsite Setup Tips (Back up & Slide Out) | Teach Me RV!

Ever get nervous about your slide hitting something as you are opening it? Here are some things to!

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31 thoughts on “Campsite Setup Tips (Back up & Slide Out) | Teach Me RV!

  • I use a pool noodle on the awning. When I put one side down, I have cut the noodle so it is the same size as the adjustment area. I notched it so it fits in even if the adjustment is all the way down. Works great.

  • Good video, when we back our 5th wheel my wife and I are talking on the phone to each other. She gives me distances in feet rather than using non-descript language like still a little way to go, you can come back a bit further, there's still room to back, etc… This also ensures that I can clearly hear the commands that she is giving, and she can clearly hear exactly what I want her to inform me of.

  • Simple instructions. Clear. Easy to follow. Funny without talking too much. Nice

  • Can you do a troubleshooting video on how loud is to loud for the AC (Dometic) unit outside the camper ?

  • Man. Great ideas for multiple uses. Along with backing up directions.

  • We use two way radiosโ€ฆ.LOL. I know, thatโ€™s cheating!

  • ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ I like the natural โ€œstop you are going to hit somethingโ€

  • great as always. FYI, crossed arms held overhead is the signal to stop, we use that at the airport for airliners and catering trucks.

  • I made it thru your entire video. You rock and the camera man isn't too shabby either.

  • The backing triangle seems like a simple thing but itโ€™s still a great tip. Thanks

  • I love short, funny, informative videos for newbs like me!! Thanks!

  • Hmmm. I wonder if the pool noodles will work on the awning arms to soften the blow when I inevitably bang my head.

  • Already use it for a cracked head saver. Like the other ideas that you came up with.

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