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Old 11-06-2017, 12:42 PM   #1
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New TT owner, camping below freezing this weekend, winterize?

Ok, I've done some searching, and I see there are differing opinions, but I could still use some tips....

I have a 2017 Grey Wolf 23DBH, no tank heaters, non-enclosed underbelly.

This weekend I will be camping in Stokesville VA...lows will be in the 20s at night....40s during the day, will have power and propane, so I will be running heat around the clock. I do have water hook ups this weekend, but I am afraid I should probably winterize and use bottled water and the bath you think I am at risk if I bring the camper unwinterized and try to use the onboard water systems?

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Old 11-06-2017, 12:51 PM   #2
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You will probably be OK for damage, but the water hose ( city water hook up) will freeze and you may not have water due to ice in the water lines. If it were me, I would winterize ( or at least blow out the lines) and use bottled water and the bath house. You could probably even use the head with bucket flush as the holding tanks and dump plumbing should be fine in that weather.

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