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Old 10-17-2013, 02:08 PM   #1
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Out door storage surface??

My pole barn is getting delayed till spring and could fit the RV on concrete but have a much nicer spot but its a sandy surface. Would I be pulling up too much moisure if I parked it on soil? Guess I could put down a large blue tarp also.

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Have the same question parking mine on grass. Thinking of using some 2'x2' treated lumber squares covered with plastic (cutting board) under the wheels.
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The tarp covering the ground is a good idea, a surprising amount of moisture will vaporize from the ground and condense on the under-side of the RV if the ground is not covered with a moisture barrier. Like cenfl said, place a moisture barrier between tires and the ground too.
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