February '21

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44 • RV PRO • February 2021 rv-pro.com SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS: New Products for 2021 RV A F T E R M A R K E T With a new year in full swing, it's the ideal time for RV dealers to get a glimpse at what kind of new products are available for 2021. Whether it's updates to essential products like trailer hitches and sway bars, or electronics like thermostats and battery chargers, the lineup in this product section covers a wide set of new items dealers will want to stock for their customers. For more information on any of the products in this section, type the website address that appears below a respective product listing into your website browser. Viewers of the magazine's digital edition can click their mouse on any listing to be taken directly to the respective company's website. WEIGHT DISTRIBUTING HITCH Blue Ox, Pender, Neb., introduces its TowPro weight distributing hitch. TowPro employs fixed L-brackets on the trailer frame to control sway instead of using chains to attach to snap-up brackets. This eliminates the need for add-on sway control friction brakes. Additional TowPro features include a pre-installed 2-5/16-inch hitch ball, two-point friction sway control, round spring bars for a more controlled ride, and powder-coated steel construction. The TowPro hitch is available in 600-, 800-, and 1,200-pound tongue weights with a gross trailer weight of 10,000 pounds. www.blueox.com FENDER SKIRT Icon Technologies Ltd., Winkler, Manitoba, Canada, introduces the Open Range Tandem Fender Skirt. The new design – intended for Open Range RVs – is a tandem-axle fender skirt constructed of durable, high-impact ABS plastic. This replacement fender skirt is textured. The product fits various models of Open Range campers. Available in a gray finish, with other color options available upon request and confirmation of an OEM original color. www.icondirect.com

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