Mark’s RV Garage Season One Finale Released

September 26, 2011 by Mark Polk · 1 Comment  
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Mark's RV Garage FinaleRV Education 101 releases the season finale of the new Internet based RV How-To series titled “Mark’s RV Garage.” The new episode is available for viewing at and on You Tube






After 16 bi-monthly episodes the highly anticipated season finale is released, revealing the completed vintage trailer restoration for the very first time.

Season finale highlights: 

* The Old Yellowstone trailer gets a fresh coat of paint.

* Polk installs a new 3,500 pound Dexter axle.

* The electric brakes are converted to disc brakes with the addition of new brake rotors, calipers, and a Actulink electric/hydraulic brake actuator. To complete the new braking system Polk adds a DirecLink Network Enhanced brake controller.

* Before the trailer can hit the road for the first time Polk installs an Equalizer hitch.

* Mark Polk reflects back on season one through a series of Q&A.

* All of this and more on the season finale of “Mark’s RV Garage”

  If you missed previous episodes of Mark’s RV Garage they are archived at for easy retreival and viewing

Happy RV Learning,

Mark Polk

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One Response to “Mark’s RV Garage Season One Finale Released”

  1. DAN L on September 27th, 2011 1:15 am

    you stated previously that you were going to keep the yellowstone, not sell it.
    a couple of questions:

    1. your new dexter axle doesn’t have a grease fitting system under the cap to grease the wheel bearings without removing the wheels. why not?

    2. i did not see you install shock absorbers on the new axle. why not?