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    Arctic Wolf 3550Suite in the Winter

    Hello All, I am a newbie to the RV scene! I am a construction manager in Arizona, and most of my life has been spent in the hot and dry desert climate. I have a 27 month construction project starting in a few months up in Flagstaff area (almost 7000'). My team is planning to live in trailers...
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    First time renting RV west coast

    Hi, we are a family of 5, traveling our first time in a class C RV, starting from LA going to Sequoia, Yosemite, Reno, Salt Lake City, Torrey, Zion, Grand Canyon, Vegas and back to LA. We just have 11 days to make it. Do you consider it too long for 11 days? We need some suggestions for driving...
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    Question New here; looking 4 advice...

    I am new here. We will be staying in our RV over the winter. I need some advice on how to use the battery. The electric outlets inside work only when hooked up the generator. I was told need an inverter to use the battery. What inverter should I get and how do I hook it up? Where should I store...
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    Freezing temps

    I’m planning to camp in California this winter and some locations may have overnight temps in the 20’s though daytimes may be up in 50’s and 60’s. My Reflection has ducted heat to tanks and I can keep a faucet cracked to decrease frozen pipe possibilities. I wonder if temporary skirting and...
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    What will freeze/what's safe when the living space is heated?

    We are new owners of a 2000 Fleetwood Jamboree 26F (Class C) motorhome. We just bought it, and we are getting ready for our first trip. We were told by the previous owner that the motorhome was winterized properly. We're yet to check it out and fill with water. Once we 'unwinterize' and have...
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