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Old 11-28-2017, 11:08 PM   #1
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Camping in Winter? 26DBH

We are looking at taking a quick trip to Branson, MO in December. Would require we us to take it out of winterization, which doesnít bother me. Our spec sheet says we have enclosed tanks, but Iím not sure if our plumbing is at risk of freezing if we have heater running. Donít want to do anything special to go on the trip...will skip if pipes bursting is a possibility. Iím just hoping that itís designed for winter camping, but not sure how to know. We have a 2018 grey wolf 26dbh.
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Old 12-01-2017, 09:37 AM   #2
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You didn't say how long the trip is. depending on the length of travel I would consider leaving it winterized until I got to the destination, then running the furnace should keep everything from freezing it has on my rig for winter camping. I would then re-winterize before leaving the campground for the trip home. Make sure you have a heated potable water hose.
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