Originally Posted by hugospro
How about the having the jacks down all winter on a FR Georgetown?
Although, we have lowered the jacks on our TT when it was in storage. I think it has more to do with theft deterrent. But unless there is another reason which I haven't discovered yet.
As for the Georgetown, not sure if that is wise due to the weight of the RV. Others Georgetown owners be able chime in on this.
Originally Posted by Sockman
What is the point of driving up on boards?
If I remember, I was told when I was in my late teens, the reasoning has to do with ground being too cold and affecting the tires. Tire technology wasn't as far advanced as it is today. It also helps to prevent the tires from sinking in, losing air pressure and being able to drive away easily from the spot. This is back in early 80s and living in Alberta with harsh winters. But others might have a better sounding reasons
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