Winter Checkups on trailer?
Checked up on the trailer today for the first time since winterizing. Does anyone else do this?
We live in a forested area and I have it in one of the only open areas we have on our property. I was mainly worried about field mice but no sign of the little varmints. Not sure if its the mint oil doing the job but it sure smells nice in there.
I also looked for any sign of leaks. Although I didn't expect any, its still a good feeling knowing its nice and dry. For those who are interested, I use an ADVO cover with the two vents cracked open. I also have a tub of damprid to suck up any condensation.
I checked my two 6-volt Trojans, which I just leave on the trailer with the batteries disconnected at the switch. My multimeter showed 12.6volts so that's about 89% charged, which is good.
The only issue I have is that I can't find the key to the hitch lock. We lost some keys around Thanksgiving and I think it was on that set. I'll have to try to get a replacement before spring comes. Oh, well. At least its an easy fix.
DW, 3 Kids and our Goldens
2012 Shamrock 233S
2008 Toyota Sequoia 5.7L 4WD