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Old 10-12-2014, 09:20 AM   #1
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Well as much as I hate to see it come, I cant stop it. This year we are going to store the camper at the resort we stay at. Main reason no trees and good rock surface. I might put it on treated lumber if I think I need to. When we take what I think will be the last trip of the year we were going to winterize on site then put into storage. I have an air bubble and am wondering if it would be able to blow all of the lines out. Looking for some feedback.

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Old 10-12-2014, 09:45 AM   #2
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I may go overboard, but I just finished the water line winterization. I have a compression which I limit to 40psi. I hook it up to an in-line filter just to capture any oils and such then begin the process. It usually takes me about 1 hour until I am completely satisfied that ALL the water is gone, however I'm certain I am over doing it because after 10 minutes or so, there's little water coming out, usually just mist. I doubt that the mist would cause any issues with freezing, but I run the air until it's completely clear.

Other than that I would put a gazillion mouse traps in there just in case! I have 6 setup and have caught 2 mice.
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