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EZ-LOO


EZ-LOO
“In 2009, a brand-new production facility was added in the US and our most innovative model yet, the ez-Loo is now 100% made in the USA. Advanced Swedish environmental engineering combined with efficient US craftmanship have resulted in the revolutionary ez-Loo. It’s the conclusion of 40 years of experience developing and distributing waterless toilets worldwide: Our customers demand for a trouble-free, easy to install and maintain toilet alternative.”


 

 

 

FAN-TASTIC VENTS


FAN-TASTIC VENTS

“Almost a century of combined experience in the recreational and commercial vehicle industry, along with aviation and automotive technology, led to the development of a 12-volt, high performance air exchange system for recreational and commercial vehicles.”
“Fan-Tastic Vent is light weight, compact, bug resistant, durable and seals tight when not in use. The sealed motor operates at variable or 3-speeds depending on the model for selected performance levels. Installs in minutes and fits the standard existing opening provided by most recreational vehicle manufacturers.”
“All products are proudly made in the USA by Fan-Tastic Vent.”

WORKSMAN CYCLES


WORKSMAN CYCLES

“Welcome to the Worksman Cycles Factory Direct Store, the home for Worksman industrial bicycles, industrial tricycles, adult tricycles, vending carts & trucks, delivery cycles and so much more. Our industrial and classic American bicycles have been hand-crafted in the USA for over 100 years, and continue to be good for the environment, good for your well-being, and good for your budget. You won’t find a more rugged human-powered vehicle anywhere in the world.”

 

 

BATTERYSTUFF.COM


Holly adds: Even though this company offers products made from other countries, it also offers a page dedicated to batteries, charges, and products exclusively made right here in the United States. I would like to see all companies put a link (button) that would direct us to their made in the USA products too.

BATTERYSTUFF.COM

“BatteryStuff is dedicated to offering the best battery related products available in the world. We would prefer that all our products were made here in the USA, but economic reality is not so. That being said, we are constantly evaluating new products, product lines and manufactures, with the desire to find the finest US made Chargers, Batteries, and Battery Products. With that in mind we offer this page, which features only US made items for your consideration.”

MINI TEARS CUSTOM TEARDROP TRAILERS


“Mini Tears Custom Teardrop Trailers”

“Since 1985, Kurt has owned and operated Fine Line Design, a custom home design firm located in the area just north of Redding, California. The recent down turn in home construction allowed him the free time to get back to his woodshop where “MiniTears” began to take shape in May of 08. Kurt’s background in home design and construction, along with the fabricating skills his father passed on to him, gave him everything he needed to build this beautiful Teardrop Trailers.”

RHOADES CAR


Holly adds: Wouldn’t it be fun to see one of these on the local bike trail?

RHOADES CAR 

“Others have tried (and continue to try) to emulate Rhoades Car designs but fail when it comes to his most unique concept – which is to build THE most quality-conscious 4-wheel bicycle products on the market – made in the USA! David called them “The 4-Wheel Bikes that Drive Like a Car” and now his dream claims international fame. What started in Johnny Cash’s tiny little home town of Hendersonville, TN, Rhoades Cars have been shipped all over the world – to all seven continents.”

“Rhoades Car features a plethora of 4-wheel bikes that touch literally every demographic. There are so many uses it’s hard to name them all!”

“Today there are 1-person, 2-person and 4-person models in a variety of configurations. Rhoades Cars are even available with an electric-assist feature – a small electric motor powered by two 12-volt batteries just in case you get tired while pedaling!”

 

 

 

 

 

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