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Old 08-07-2014, 08:44 AM   #1
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Storing MH for winter in high alltitude

Hi all, please advise. We will be storing our 2013 Itasca 37" MH in 4500 foot alltitude. We will be winterizing it. The site is outside and has electric hookup. Should i connect the coach to electric? Any thing else I should be aware of? I will cover the wheels and bring the jacks down. Correct? Should I disconnect house or chasee?

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We had Our 91 Pace Arrow stored outside over winter in Utah. I put the jacks down to get some weight off the tires, and hooked up electric so the batteries would stay charged. If the coach doesn't have a charger, a trickle charger would work. We never disconnect the chassis or house power except for maintenance reasons.
Even brushed the snow off after a good snowstorm--this requires extreme caution!
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