Storage questions --- WINTERIZE
Unfortunately it is getting close to the time of year that I have to put my Coach away for the winter.
Keep waiting for the year I can head south for the winter, but we're not there yet.
This is the first year for storing this coach.
I understand the winterizing of the water system from having trailers, had a black flush on that trailer, so I'll remember that part too. Washing machine is the only new item to learn about, no dishwasher or ice maker
As for other stuff
When I park it, should I dump the air and put it on the HWH jacks? or just park it.
Parking on gravel, tires will be covered, should I put anything between tires and gravel?
Should I take all batteries out, coach and chassis? or is the solar charger enough to keep the cold from killing the chassis batteries?
I used to remove battery on TT and put it on a smart charger in basement at home. Can do same with coach batteries.
We used to put dryer sheets throughout the trailer and never had an issue with mice, so plan on doing the same thing.
Was hoping to leave all the camping gear in the coach.
Was going to top up the fuel and propane. Is there a recommended additive for Diesel fuel when it is stored
Any advice is appreciated, still got a few weeks and a couple of short trips.
Doug and Katherine
2005 Dutchstar 3810 370hp Spartan
pushed around by 2017 Explorer