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Old 04-10-2013, 08:23 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Seann45 View Post
10F is getting a little dicey on the water system... it can handle 25 for a few hours but I would say not more than 6 ...
Now to some of you... yes water freezes at 32 but it does not freeze instantly it takes time to cool off and does not freeze HARD that fast... and it is the hard freeze that hurts you.
It is the hard freeze that hurts you. You would not evan think of going out on a pond if it hit 31 degrees overnight. It needs a long sustained freeze to make it safe. I have never had any issues when in the mid 20's overnight. But if it does not go above freezing during the day, and will be below freezing for two or three days straight, i would be doing something.

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Old 04-27-2013, 06:49 AM   #12
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Reading this thread makes me feel better about waking up at 28 degrees this morning. Our new camper was delivered yesterday dewinterized. Looks like last cold night for awhile and daytime near 60. Thanks all for the info.

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