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Old 10-28-2005, 03:02 PM   #1
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My spare RV, an older class C will be sitting outside most of the winter (stored). I have tire covers for it which I always used in California but don't know if they are needed here in middle Tennessee in winter. Also as it will be sitting on dirt should I put wood under them.

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My spare RV, an older class C will be sitting outside most of the winter (stored). I have tire covers for it which I always used in California but don't know if they are needed here in middle Tennessee in winter. Also as it will be sitting on dirt should I put wood under them.

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Good idea to do both Terry use pressure treated wood an if you stay in Tenn can use next winter. Its snowing up here right now winterized yesterday must have brought it on, made my day. "007"
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