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Old 02-25-2015, 11:41 AM   #15
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I assume you mean N. Tonawanda which is next door to Niagara Falls. Colton RV is the Tiffin dealer there. Colton did our delivery inside their show room. We have a 45 foot coach, so I suspect they will deliver yours inside as well. Just have them verify the batteries. They will also put you in their park (4 sites with electric and water (water might be off this winter)) for a day or two before you leave.

By the way, which Tiffin coach did you get? Put some pictures in the New Rig forum.

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Old 02-26-2015, 12:37 AM   #16
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Hello and thanks for the note. I ordered the Allegro Red 38QRA I tried uploading some pictures from when I was at Red Bay during the mfg, but I could not do it, not sure what the problem was!

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Keep it plugged in....bulged and split batteries. Luckily they froze solid. Was indoors, batteries topped off , 12 volt disconnected. Exposed to -20 to -30.
MH was plugged in but I accidentally shut off the circuit powering the converter.
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Old 03-05-2015, 09:55 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by Akcontender View Post
Those temperatures won't hurt your batteries at all as long as they were charged to begin with. I live in Fairbanks Alaska and I have batteries in all sorts of my vehicles and they hold up just fine. They will not freeze unless the charge is down in them and a frozen battery will bulge the case and be obvious that it had been frozen.
Alaska, those dog teams have batteries right..
yes I once owned a Ford E150 panel van, 3 speed shift, and that damn thing would start -40 if I failed to plug the damn think in.(plug in was for water heat not battery) after 15 years in Ak I don't ever think anyone told me a battery froze

But you sure do want to keep charged

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