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Old 08-11-2013, 08:05 AM   #1
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Truck camper storage

New to truck campers and thinking of buying one.I live in Nh and wondering if winter storage is a problem should they be inside or is outside ok? Also should I make a cement slab to set it on when not using?
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New to truck campers and thinking of buying one.I live in Nh and wondering if winter storage is a problem should they be inside or is outside ok? Also should I make a cement slab to set it on when not using?
You would winterize a TC just like you would any other RV. IMHO, inside storage is always better than outside.
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If you have a location, and the money, by all means have a concrete slab built for it.

I've seen campers topple over when stored on the ground, and then the ground did weird things during spring thaw.

If you have the means to built a shelter over the slab, do that as well.
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