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Old 10-09-2016, 09:20 PM   #15
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blow out water and add anitifreeze

well. its too late for more camping,..snowed about 6 inches yesterday..so added some antifreeze,made sure it came out of every line water did..added some to all 3 drains too.should be good till spring now.we were going to head south after halloween .but after asking a few RV parks in Arizona if our 92 RV was welcome..we wont bother. will keep our money in Canada and tour our own country next few yrs.will be a frosty July in Arizona before i buy a RV worth as much as our home.just to please the RV parks.I think i resurrected this old girl pretty good, little gray paint and a few pink spray bombs next spring and it will look better. I found a bag of window covers and tire covers in one of the outside compartments i never got a key for.big flat screwdriver works good.
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Old 11-05-2016, 11:39 AM   #16
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well. its too late for more camping,..snowed about 6 inches yesterday..so added some antifreeze,made sure it came out of every line water did..added some to all 3 drains too.should be good till spring now.we were going to head south after halloween .but after asking a few RV parks in Arizona if our 92 RV was welcome..we wont bother. will keep our money in Canada and tour our own country next few yrs.will be a frosty July in Arizona before i buy a RV worth as much as our home.just to please the RV parks.I think i resurrected this old girl pretty good, little gray paint and a few pink spray bombs next spring and it will look better. I found a bag of window covers and tire covers in one of the outside compartments i never got a key for.big flat screwdriver works good.
Well first I want to say I think you have a nice looking rv and I totally agree with you about buying a rv that cost as much as your house. I have always wanted an rv but spending so much on something I will use so little is not worth it . Not to mention I could never afford a new or newer one. I just purchased one that is 20 years old and is in good shape and I am happy with it. It will do the job and its paid for. I can do whatever upgrades I want and make it a little more modern as I see fit. Well enjoy your journeys and have fun.
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well. its too late for more camping,..snowed about 6 inches yesterday..so added some antifreeze,made sure it came out of every line water did..added some to all 3 drains too.should be good till spring now.we were going to head south after halloween .but after asking a few RV parks in Arizona if our 92 RV was welcome..we wont bother. will keep our money in Canada and tour our own country next few yrs.will be a frosty July in Arizona before i buy a RV worth as much as our home.just to please the RV parks.I think i resurrected this old girl pretty good, little gray paint and a few pink spray bombs next spring and it will look better. I found a bag of window covers and tire covers in one of the outside compartments i never got a key for.big flat screwdriver works good.
Ken - I think you packed it in too early. I see the temperatures are very warm in your area.
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