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Old 09-12-2023, 04:43 PM   #1
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option "122A Holding Tank Heat Pads (All Tanks)"

I'm thinking about buying a new 2023 Nash 25DS. As a standard feature it shows "Heated and Enclosed Tanks" but this one does not have the option "122A Holding Tank Heat Pads (All Tanks)." Am I going to regret not having the heat pads if I do winter camping?
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Heated/Enclosed Tanks..........propane furnace has a duct that goes into the underbelly area

Depending on how well the underbelly is insulated and enclosed determines on how well the tanks AND LINES remain heated in cold temps
*we have been in -19*F/Night & 0*F/Day temps in our 5vr with 'heated/enclosed underbelly" w/o any freezing (required Lots of Propane to stay warm and protect tanks/lines and US)

BUT heated pads on tanks are a bonus provided you have AC power to recharge/maintain batteries

You can ADD pads if buying off lot vs ordering the trailer
Either dealer added option or DIY
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