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Old 11-09-2012, 07:12 AM   #1
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Winterizing

I am wondering what others (those of us that stay the winter in the KKKkold climates) do to winterize thier coaches.

For example:
1. I winterize the waterlines (use air compressor to blow out water lines and then add the pink stuff.
2. I dont cover the tires but I do use stuff on the tires (Formula 303(?).
3. Fill up the gas tank (I dont use fuel line additives because I take it out once a month to warm up the engine and exercize the generator).
4. Remove anything that could possibly freeze (Wine bottles....found out the hard way on this one ).
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:44 AM   #2
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Pretty much the same here. I do cover tires and add Sta-Bil to the full fuel tank.
I will exercise the generator once a month on warmer days but will not start the engine. Another one of the most important things I like to do is clean. Clorox wipes for cleaning all the surfaces.

We use the motorhome in December and start camping again in March so she is not sleeping that long.
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