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rv-pro.com March 2020 • RV PRO • 21 people might want to use this to wash bikes, surfboards or maybe their dogs after a day of adventuring," he said, adding, "I think NTP-STAG is doing a good thing by exposing dealers to Over- land products, as there is natural crossover." Marty Williams, founder and CEO of Let's Go Aero, which makes bike carriers and cargo trailers, echoed that assessment. "The show's going great. It's our first time here and we're remiss for not being here many, many years before. It's great to really get our big cargo capsules in front of people so they can actually ... see how they work," he said. "We're probably selling more stuff here than we've sold at any other show. "Overlanding is a big piece of where the market's going in lightweight," he added. "It's kind of the Kerouac piece of 'Let's go on the road and see what adventure brings.'" Harold Ogden, director of global marketing at Airxcel, is pictured next to the company's new Suburban replacement heater cores. Ogden said buying a replacement core with a two-year warranty can be a better option than attempting to perform repairs to an existing core. RV Intelligence President Herb Gingold (left) chats with a dealer about his company's aftermarket electronic accessory products. R V P R O D U C T S G R O U P ® 365 W. Victoria St. • Compton, CA 90220 • 800-347-2232 • www.norcoind.com/bal • Same BAL quality in a low profile jack • New design allows for lighter jack without sacrificing strength • Wider frame mounting brackets increase stability • Increased ground clearance for smaller trailers - 3.25" collapsed dimension 24" travel with 5,000 lb static capacity per jack • E-coated for superior rust protection • Double lead AMCE threaded rod for faster operation • Two jacks, one handle, and hardware per box • Made in Elkhart! 24028 Imported from Elkhart LoPro SJ24 Scissors Jack MADE IN U.S.A.

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