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Old 03-23-2014, 03:57 PM   #1
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Newbie getting ready to order a class C

Getting ready to order my new class C going full timing mostly Boondocking in the north east any must haves any ideas for the cold weather

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Have you decided on a company or still looking at that too?

Insulation numbers are the biggest as well as insulated/heated plumbing.

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Did a lot of homework I'm going with the Nexus company in Indiana looking at a 28. Phantom
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Here's a cold weather unit built especially for cold climates in Canada:

Cold Weather Testing in the Regency GT by Triple E Recreational Vehicles

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Thanks bad bolt cool video
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Did a lot of homework I'm going with the Nexus company in Indiana looking at a 28. Phantom

Good choice! We have a Phantom 23P and love it. They are very well built and come with heated tanks. The 35,000 BTU furnace will serve you well but be sure and get the second house battery. You will probably want to opt for an inverter as well.

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