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Old 12-20-2009, 12:16 PM   #1
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Need indoor storage in Central or Northern IL or IN, or Southern WI

Anyone know of available indoor storage for 43' Class A in Central or Northern IL or IN, or Southern WI? Do you typically winterize your RV before storing indoors?

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Old 12-20-2009, 12:56 PM   #2
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We live in Central Wisconsin and most indoor storage here is not heated, so we have to winterize before storage. There are several threads on this forum that address the use of your RV in cold conditions, just use the search function. Everyone has an opinion about the best way to survive in the cold, but be advised that the Midwest has some pretty severe conditions (-20 F or worse) at times that will make life in an RV downright miserable, maybe even dangerous. Good luck on your upcoming ventures.
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Check the Quick Tips & Mods link all info for winterizing your coach is there.
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Old 12-21-2009, 10:33 PM   #4
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inside storage units WI

this company has storage units that will accomodate your rig

Inside storage

I rent a 12 x 50 space with 15 electric ... there are doors on both ends so you drive in and drive out ...

My unit is empty now (I am on the road) ...
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Check with your local fair grounds, many rent storage space in their buildings since they aren't used for anything else in the winter. You will probably still have to winterize as they probably don't heat the buildings. But it keeps them out of the weather and away from vandals. Some businesses rent out heated storage space but I would still winterize in case the furnace failed and nobody notices for a while.
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I know you said northern IN but there is a place in central IN called Wetnight RV. They can store up to 45'. Talk to Tom he is the owner and a good person to deal with. They are located north of Terre Haute. The web site is Wetnight RV - Parts Department.
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