Paul gives a quick run through about CCRV
Cross Country is a family run business based in Suffolk specialising in the sale of UK truck towable 5th wheels that can be pulled by Navaras, Isuzus and Rangers. We're licensed dealers for Rockwood and Puma and all our models are 100% legal for the UK's roads.
We offer a variety of other services including the fitting of electronic brakes, hitches, extending tow mirrors, solar panels, electrical conversion and more. We pride ourselves on knowledgeable and friendly service with a down-to-earth attitude. Find out more...
A video checklist of what to do
This is a brief run through of hooking up the hitch, connecting cables and retracting legs.
We have a more detailed 'breaking camp' video along with tips on reversing and towing in the works.
Blocked loo? It's a dirty job, but someone's got to do it!
We've developed a simple and reliable method for clearing a blockage, whether it's caused by a natural build up of waste or by things that shouldn't have entered the sytem in the first place.
Ask your builders merchant for a length of pipe (MDPE, alkathene, speedfit) you'll need about 5 feet, 20-25mm is the ideal diameter. Grap some protective wear, watch our video and get ready for an interesting job.
Below is a handy printable for you to reference.
It's not a dance, it's the basics of setting up!
On first walk around of our RV's many first time buyers ask about these three things; how to drop the legs, setup the steps and get the slides in position.
Paul gives a brief walkaround that shows the simplicity of getting these aspects operational. Got questions? Drop us an email or give us a call.
Got a Ford Ranger? Get a set of these extenders!
One of the most popular vehicles for towing our lightweight RV's is the Ford Ranger pickup. While the factory fitted standard mirrors do a job, they are not ideal for towing long or wide loads. That's where these mirrors save the day.
If you have picked-up a set and are ready to install then checkout this short video of Dave fitting them, you can see how simple it is.
Look after your tank... fixing one is no fun!
The word "tank" brings to mind a large container, like you may find in your airing cupboard or loft. The black tank in your RV is not the size and shape you would expect - and that can cause a problem if you or your guests are using it like the toilet at home.
Watch the video, see what you have, how it works, along with tips on what to avoid and what to do.