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Old 11-15-2014, 06:22 PM   #1
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Call Me The Breeze

Here's our 2002 National Seabreeze. Delivered just in time to winterize and put away for what I'm sure will be a very long winter.
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Old 11-15-2014, 06:27 PM   #2
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Nice Rig. Looks like a lot of good times in the future.

Winterizing will not be necessary if you park in the south (Arizona, Florida, Texas, California, etc).
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Here's our 2002 National Seabreeze. Delivered just in time to winterize and put away for what I'm sure will be a very long winter.
Ok -------- your "The Breeze"

Nice looking rig. I'd be chomping at the bit to take her on a trip after just getting her.
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Old 11-16-2014, 01:17 AM   #4
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Looks good, Breeze.

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There is an alternative.. 46 degrees out here in S.E. Ga As I type this, and the low for the upcoming week is 28, Well within the limits of most class A's (mine has survived much lower but it is slightly modified to increase low temp performance).
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Good Morning, "Breeze"!

From one National owner to another, welcome to the site!

Be sure to check out the National Forum located in the Owner's section, lots of good info, including the brochures for your coach and lots of other valuable info. Just because it is winter, does not mean you cannot use it. Fall and winter trips are quite the adventure!

Again, welcome!

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Hi, Nice MH I agree with another poster, I would have to take a trip.
I took a short ride after filling mine up.(50 miles) Had to check out the 3 heaters to be sure they all worked before the trip to a winter wonder land EOY in AZ.
Go for it, I would be a reck if I didn't'''
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Congrats on the new coach. Bet you'll be chomping at the bit with cabin fever long before you can de-winterize it.
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Unfortunately, we're out of vacation time and the roads around here are already gunked up with salt. The undercarriage is in pretty good shape, would rather not take it out on these roads. We'll just play with it in the driveway for now.
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Unfortunately, we're out of vacation time and the roads around here are already gunked up with salt. The undercarriage is in pretty good shape, would rather not take it out on these roads. We'll just play with it in the driveway for now.
Congratulations, and a good call on avoiding the salt!
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Congratulations, and a good call on avoiding the salt!
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But how do you head South after the roads are salted? I am hoping that after the salt hit's we will have some rain to go thru to rinse the salt off.
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But how do you head South after the roads are salted? I am hoping that after the salt hit's we will have some rain to go thru to rinse the salt off.
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We spent tooooo much money on our coach to let her sit for any reason, especially salt on the roads. I did not notice any rust on the undercarriage until the 8th year of owning it, and I just used a grinder on some, then a Rustoleum coating on the rest. I have had the same mechanic check it for rust and related problems every time he performs the annual maintenance.

I have seen large road signs advertising undercarriage washing and rinsing at semi truck washes, but never tried them. I do wash/rinse the undercarriage as soon as it is warm enough at home. We may travel any month of the year, that is why we bought the coach in the first place.

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I'd say hop in that thing and bring it to sunny South Alabama, but it's in the low 20's here right now, so.....

I hope there are many happy miles awaiting your adventures. Catchy name too
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