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Old 11-20-2012, 09:20 AM   #1
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Question "Winter Storing" Prep

I have just purchased a 2006 Newmar Kountry Star 36' diesel pusher and am about to "store" it for the winter. I live in Idaho where lows can be as low as -18 degrees and it snows up to 300" per year. I will store my coach in a totally enclosed facility that has some insulation and electricity. My question is, after winterizing the plumbing, do I set the levellers to keep pressure off the tires, "dump" the air, trickle-charge batteries, put heater inside, etc., etc., etc.? All suggestions will be appreciated. Thanks!
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Welcome to irv2.
This link should give you all the answers for winterizing.
This link will give you info on how your BIRD System will mauntain all your batteries if you have your shore power cable plugged in.
As far as jacks you can set them your in a housed area if it was outside would leave them up and inflat tires to Max on sidewall than reset pressures to your loaded weight for the tires you have in the spring..
Once you have it winterized, no need for heat in coach.
Congrats on your Newmar, many safe travels.
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