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Old 12-17-2013, 11:33 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by davemoore99 View Post
I've been reading this thread and was curious if anyone know about gravel? I park my Shamrock 21rs in a gravel driveway. Is this ok? this is our first winter with our TT and from reading the posts it sounds like the ground/soil/moisture will degrade the rubber on the tires quicker than normal. Also what is the purpose of making sure it's level when parked?? Thanks!!
What I can say it is always better to store your unit on boards, if you are not going to be using it for awhile. AS far as level if you are not going to open slides or use the refer it's okay if it is not level in my opinion. If you have winterized I would think at that point you might want to level it, just so the lines will stay full with the pink stuff. How unlevel is it? I think as long as it's not 2' different you should be okay.

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