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Old 09-24-2013, 04:57 PM   #1
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I need to know if my 2004 Dutchman Victory Lane 5th wheel toy hauler is a 3 season or a 4 season.... I'm selling it and a potential buyer would like to know.... It appears to be more a 3 season but I need to be sure..... Cheers....
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Probably to be truthful a 3 season trailer.

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There is no industry standard for 3 or 4 seasons. 4 seasons to one mfg may be standard to another.
You can check in the underbelly for insulation really fast, if it has underbelly. Furnace duct would be harder to see.
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If the , plumbing for the black and grey tanks, and the valves are open to view. It's 3 season . If only the sewer hose connector is outside , or if you have to remove a cap to hook the hose , then it may be 4 season.
How low temps it may be good for is the real question.
Toy hauler walls and roof are pretty thin for any real amount of insulation.
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[QUOTE=Skip426;1741505]If the , plumbing for the black and grey tanks, and the valves are open to view. It's 3 season . If only the sewer hose connector is outside , or if you have to remove a cap to hook the hose , then it may be 4 season.
How low temps it may be good for is the real question.
Toy hauler walls and roof are pretty thin for any real amount of insulation.[/QUOTE

No always true.....we have a Four Season Artic Fox, spent two NY winters in it, pulls are exposed outside, tanks are however all enclosed and heated. You must leave the hose empty and disconnected.....hook up, pull lever dump, disconnect hose again.....
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