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Old 11-24-2013, 05:16 PM   #1
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Cold weather travel

I have a 2013 Redwood 36rl. Is it safe to travel starting at around 26* if I will hit above freezing temps within a few hours? I am full timing and the unit will be warm. I really cant believe anything could freeze that quickly. Just looking for some feed back. THANKS!
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Old 11-24-2013, 05:50 PM   #2
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Blow the water lines out, drain the tanks including the fresh, and pour some pink stuff (RV/Marine Antifreeze) down the drains.
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Turn on the furnace, put it on its lowest setting, usually around 50* or so and hit the road.
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Since you are living in the unit and it is warm nothing will freeze in just a few hours. Just close it up and hit the road.
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Since you are living in the unit and it is warm nothing will freeze in just a few hours. Just close it up and hit the road.
Do it that way all the time. Sleep in it on the trip at 15-20f many times. Just put furnace on at night to warm up and again in morning.

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