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Old 01-05-2013, 11:10 PM   #11
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I also poured in half a gallon only to have it come out on the ground at least once. Back than, it was expensive stuff and hard to get hold of. There was a shortage of it years ago and remember paying around 10 dollars a gallon for it. Hasn't been that expensive for a long time. Supply and demand thing I guess.

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Old 01-06-2013, 02:23 AM   #12
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I forgot to close the low water drains one time, and pumped a gallon of anti-freeze out on the ground, and went to get a second gallon until the wife said why is this pink stuff all over the ground!!!!!!

Winter prep for trailer is a breeze compaired to what it use to be. How many of ya'all remember the trailer that had a small air compresser attached to the water tanks that pumped air in as you took water out fo the tank? And no by-pass on the water heater! Just a word about them. DON'T use your big 240 volt 25 gallon 125 PSI air compressor on them. You will have a mess on your hands like you have never had before!


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