I will be storing MH until next summer, any opinions on whether to put it on blocks,or using levelers to lift it off ground,I would put blocks under front suspension and rear axil. any help would be appreciated thanks
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Pump up the tires to max pressure and let it sit on the tires. Depending on the surface it will sit on, maybe a vapor barrier between the tires and the surface. If there is a possibility of the barrier holding water, don't use it.
2002 Country Coach Intrigue
We've been storing all our RV's from Nov-May every year.
Winterize if it isn't in a heated space (I see you're in NY)
Full fuel tank w/fuel stabilizer in it. Run generator, under full load, to pump stabilized fuel through it
Lower jacks until just touching then extend to just barely take some weight off tires
Fill tires to max pressure
You can either leave house batteries in or remove
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