As I mentioned in a sticky thread, my 2005 Bounder 32W apparently didn't come with an antifreeze siphon. The line from the fresh water tank to the pump isn't more than 10" long and includes a T (without a valve, just a T) with a hose going off somewhere which I assume goes to the city water tank fill valve at the back.
Between that T and two 90 degree fittings to line things up with the pump, I don't see any room to even install a simple siphon kit. I know the coach has been winterized each year since new by the dealer and I'm wondering how they did it. I can't imagine they just pour a bunch of antifreeze in the fresh water tank. Is there some other creative way to keep from wasting gallons of antifreeze?
Obviously I have some time to get this figured out. If all else fails I'll just go ask the dealer, but that seems too easy.