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Tech & How-To: RVMAGONLINE.COM Magazine When we came across the HatchLift a few months back, the first question that came to mind was, Why doesn’t every RV have these? What were manufacturers thinking all those years ago when they decided a little plastic hook above a storage compartment door was the best way to secure it open? These “little plastic hooks” have failed on us many times before. Any time the wind blows or someone moves in the trailer, down comes the door. After years of getting hit in the head by falling hatches, Garry Neff decided to take action and created the HatchLift. more..
HOLD IT UP: Motor Home magazine Access to the myriad miscellaneous items and whatnots that are in stor- age just behind those tempera- mental exterior compartments has been a major contributing factor to countless headaches — both metaphorical and physical. And unfortunately, the last 20 years have brought few advances to the standard exterior compartment door hard- ware, until now. A new retrofitted door-lift system, called Hatchlift, helps to keep those compartment doors in place when accessing storage. more..
HOLD IT UP: Trailer Life Magazine Hatchlift baggage-door gas props take the frustration and headache out of exterior compartment access Access to the myriad miscellaneous items and whatnots that are in storage just behind those temperamental exterior compartmen- ts has been a major contributing factor to countless headaches. And unfortunately, the last 20 years has brought few advances to the standard exterior compart- ment door hardware, until now. more..