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Old 12-28-2014, 06:05 AM   #15
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There won't be a second post with some of those answers. Lets face it folks, some folks are brand new and really might not know what these things can and cannot handle. They get a brand new rig with all its shiny new equipment and think its like their house and should be able to handle close to what their sticks and bricks can handle. So, to answer your question, no, your rig will not handle those temps and you will not be able to keep any portion of your rig warm enough to be comfortable. You certainly won't be able to use your plumbing and you might even have problems with your LP system. Sorry for some of the less than cordial comments and please come back and join our little community as you will be able to learn a bunch from its members.
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