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Old 02-01-2016, 03:58 AM   #11
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Your unit was probably MFG at the Western plant,might have More/Less coverage for Freezing weather? The Midwest units will Freeze up under 20 F conditions of continuous use! Several Mod's are needed for the 4th Season Use! Safe or Sorry your call! Youroo!! This is for Post # 10!
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Old 02-01-2016, 05:15 AM   #12
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No Flagstaff/Rockwood models are made out west.
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Old 02-01-2016, 09:58 AM   #13
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My Wikdcat Maxx was built in Oregon. It's a 282RK not the RKX which is a lighter weight model. Mine is "All Season" with tank heaters, 2 in wall insulation, and?. For the winter camping we'd like to do, low temps would be in the 20's warming to above freezing by day. What kind of mods are you referring to Youroo?
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No Flagstaff/Rockwood models are made out west.
This was the reply to Post # 10 as stated! He has a Wild Cat 5th! I stated post# when I replied! Youroo!!
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My Wikdcat Maxx was built in Oregon. It's a 282RK not the RKX which is a lighter weight model. Mine is "All Season" with tank heaters, 2 in wall insulation, and?. For the winter camping we'd like to do, low temps would be in the 20's warming to above freezing by day. What kind of mods are you referring to Youroo?
You /We really need to start a New Post in Wild Cat! Youroo!!
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You /We really need to start a New Post in Wild Cat! Youroo!!

Ok, thanks Youroo, you're right. Sorry for the inconvenience to others.
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