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Old 09-17-2011, 09:05 PM   #1
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Put it to rest for winter

Well as the title says, we pulled the trailer to the dealer today for winter storage. They have a good deal for the first winter after you buy a trailer from them, they winterize it, and store it untill spring. Then they pull it out, wash it and flush the system and you are good to go for the next year. If there is problems with the unit or anything you would like done with it, they will do it over the winter months. The first year is only $159. You cant beat that.
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wow, yeah, that's pretty good. Is that indoor storage or outside on their lot?
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We just started our camping season!
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Old 09-18-2011, 05:48 PM   #5
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That is a really great deal! It is to bad that it is the end to your season though. We have one more trip to Saco Maine with my new truck at the end of September and then the tent ends get pulled off to be replaced (warranty) and it gets stored in a building at a nearby fair ground. That costs us roughly 275 for end of Nov to end of April (Last April it came home in the middle of a snow storm). Peace of mind when it is tucked away during the heavy snow!
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Wow, everyone is winterizing and we are just getting loaded for the winter. We pull out tomorrow.

I will take some pics after we are loaded but I probably won't get them up until next week some time.
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We don't have enough winter to winterize. Just camp year around.
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It is outdoor storage, in a fenced in compound. They go through them all once a month to check for any rodent activity as well. I wish we could use it more, but most of the local places are shut down now or will be soon. We have had two nites of frost allready. And to top it off we move to our new house on the 28 of Sept, and then leave for Disney on Oct 1st.
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We will be doing the same thing soon. This will be my first experience doing this and I'm wondering what items do you leave in the trailer over the winter, or do you remove EVERYTHING? Can I leave dishes? Linens? Obviously I will be removing all food.
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We don't have enough winter to winterize. Just camp year around.

Same here, I hope
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