Winterize, De-winterize, Winterize
I know this topic gets discussed regularly on these forums, but this is specific to Rockwood. We just took delivery of a 2013 TT, and well, we want to try it out. It gets cold around here (Southern Indiana) prob dips into the low 20's at night. We ordered heated enclosed tanks etc so thats not an issue. What I want to do is de-winterize, go camping, then re-winterize.
My unit has a quick winterize valve on the outside. Bypass WH, drop hose in the pink stuff, turn on pump and run faucets, DONE.
My dad (and our Rockwood Dealer) recommends blowing out the lines, then adding antifreeze.
The antifreeze only way means I can re-winterize at the campground after I dump the tanks, the second option is more difficult requiring an air compressor.
Is there any benefit for blowing the waterlines out with air before adding antifreeze?
Furthermore do any other Rockwood owners like to camp in the dead of winter? Or am I just crazy?
2017 Rockwood 8289WS Platinum
2014 Silverado Double Cab 4x4 | Max Trailering | Draw-Tite 16k | Air Lift 5000