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Old 02-23-2008, 04:47 PM   #1
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I was at the dealership and noticed that several Sprinters had "optional Artic equipped" sticker. What is this? Would it be enough to keep the water lines from being damaged in temps in the twenties?
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I was at the dealership and noticed that several Sprinters had "optional Artic equipped" sticker. What is this? Would it be enough to keep the water lines from being damaged in temps in the twenties?
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An arctic package means different things to different manufacturers. Ideally, it would mean extra insulation, enclosed and heated holding tanks, and dual pane windows. But, it could be any combination of these three...you'd need to check with the manufacturer to see what THEY mean by an arctic package.
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