I see you have the same set up I am considering but I am concerned about it being too much for my 2013 Tundra CM 5.7. I am in Colorado so the towing could be similar with some big passes. Can you please let me know what you think about the M-203SLC and the Tundra? The unit we are looking at has a generator and the 100 gal fresh water. We do not have any big toys today to put in the back but maybe someday. Dry on the sticker is 5800#. We will use a Prodigy but do you have recommendations on the WD hitch? Thanks for any help you can offer.
I used to fill the system with the RV antifreeze. I haven't done that for years. Ideally on my last trip of the year I pull the drain plug on the hot water heater, open all the faucets and the two drain valves under the camper. There will be one for the hot water and one for the cold water. Also I disconect the shower hose from the faucet and open the shower head valve as well. After driving back home, most if not all of the water has been purged from the system. I then blow the water system out with compressed air to make sure. Add a couple cups of rv antifreeze to all the traps on the sinks and tub and pour a cup or so in the toilet bowl. I have been doing it this way for a long time and never had an issue. It also eliminates having to get all the pink stuff flushed out of the system the next year before you use it. Let me know if you have any questions but that is about it in a nutshell!
Good evening fellow Wyoming brother. I am new to RV camping. I bought a 2009 SP189 Surveyor this year. I am about to winterize it. If you talk to 5 people on how to do it, you get five answers. Could you and I talk on the phone or email back an forth to get this figured out?
I am a CSM in the Wyoming Army National Guard. I am currently stationed in Cheyenne. I used to be the 1SG for 1041st in Rock Springs. Please help me out brother.