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Old 11-01-2015, 10:24 AM   #21
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I'm with all those who suggest antifreeze. My rig takes about a gallon and a half of under $3 antifreeze and about 15 minutes. I'm faster than most 'cause I don't drink beer!
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For the time, effort and cost, I would suggest you just winterize it and don't worry about it. Having just done my first "winterization" I support the other claims that it really is about $10 in anti-freeze and 10-15 min of effort to run it through your lines.

Come spring, fill up with water, run your lines, and you are good to go.
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We've been camping since 1976 (or 1967 if you count my time at home) if it gets cold enough to freeze we use a space heater. We enjoy camping in the winter so we have never winterize any camper we have own. Our trailer is kept out of the wind in an enclosed shop.
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I'm with all those who suggest antifreeze. My rig takes about a gallon and a half of under $3 antifreeze and about 15 minutes. I'm faster than most 'cause I don't drink beer!
Hmmm! So that's why it takes me an hour to blow out my lines... and I always thought it was cause I didn't have an air compressor!!!
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Hmmm! So that's why it takes me an hour to blow out my lines... and I always thought it was cause I didn't have an air compressor!!!
Where did you get the adapters to use propane?
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