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Old 11-12-2012, 09:36 PM   #1
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Storage

Would like information on storage.
Should I leave the leveling jacks down and the slides closed when coach is not in use.
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Old 11-12-2012, 10:57 PM   #2
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Check one of the R.V. Storage on your right.
We're behind you all the way!
Check out their E-mail address and ask them what they do when they Store R.V.
Just a thought.
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Generally speaking I don't leave my jacks down but I park on a dirt lot and with rain and mud it can cause my jacks to sink in. It also exposes the jacks to the elements for weeks at a time and can cause them to dry out. Make sure you drive your RV at least once a month even if it is to just take it around the service lot and run your generator for a few minutes with the AC on or heat depending the time of year. This will prevent flat spots on the tires and keeps things lubricated. Happy motoring!
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Old 11-13-2012, 01:39 PM   #4
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Generally speaking I don't leave my jacks down but I park on a dirt lot and with rain and mud it can cause my jacks to sink in. It also exposes the jacks to the elements for weeks at a time and can cause them to dry out. Make sure you drive your RV at least once a month even if it is to just take it around the service lot and run your generator for a few minutes with the AC on or heat depending the time of year. This will prevent flat spots on the tires and keeps things lubricated. Happy motoring!
Thanks for the information
Going to the Florida
Everglades for couple days of rv ing

Running a 2007 dyna quest 320
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