Hey everyone, I just want to get some input on freezing potential. I occasionally rent my sig trailer, but not typically after it's been blown out. I've got someone who wants to rent it from the end of November into December, for about 10 days to hunt. My trailer has the "rocky mountain package" which ducts heat to the fresh water tank, and has higher R-value insulation, but I am curious on everyone's thoughts about freezing pipes. The only 2 pipes I've seen exposed are the hot and cold drain low-point. They stick out a good 8 inches, so I believe they'd be susceptible to freezing, but I can't be 100% sure, especially if the inside of the trailer is 65-75 degrees, and knowing how water conducts heat. I could wrap them easily, but maybe it's not necessary.
When it comes down to it, should I worry about freezing when the trailer is kept warm?
TV: 2013 Ram 2500 4x4 mega cab w/6.7l Cummins
Trailer: 2013 Palomino Puma 27SBU