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  • Ambiant Temperature Rating for Camco Propane Supply Flex Hose # CAM59843
  • Great news! I spoke to my contact at MB Sturgis and he informed me that 32F should not be an issue for the propane flew supply hose # 100473-20-MBS. These types of flexible hoses are intended to be used with an ambient temperature range of -40F to +140F. But to just remember when cold, they do become a little stiffer and should not be bent at too sharp of a radius. He continued to tell me that these types of flexible hoses are supposed to be able to pass a “cold weather test”. This...
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  • Will Golf Cart Cover 052963724028 Work in Winter
  • Yes, the Golf Cart storage cover part # 052963724028 would work great in the winter to store a golf cart. It provides protection from the sun and weather damage. Is weather protected to prevent shrinking and is water repellant as well. Also has vents to prevent moisture build up.
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  • Camper Cover Recommendation for 2010 Jayco 32BHDS for Winter Weather
  • Yes the Adco Polypropylene Storage Lot Cover part # 290-74847 does fit your 2010 Jayco 32BHDS that you referenced. Now with that said my recommendation for winter weather would be the part # 290-52247 instead from Adco as this cover offers the best winter weather protection, has the easiest install, and has side zipper panels which make accessing the side doors easier if ever needed.
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  • How Does the Rack'em Double Barrel Trailer Tailgate Assist Perform In Winter
  • I spoke with my contact at Rack'em about the Double Barrel Trailer Tailgate Assist # RA-27C. She said that they have found that the winter does not effect the Double Barrel's perfomrnace, and they have not had customer complaints about any issues with performance in winter weather. All but the end of the component where the chain comes out to connect to the tailgate are protected in the housing.
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  • Winterizing the Excel RV Tankless On-Demand Water Heater
  • Being that the Excel RV Tankless On-Demand Water Heater, # EX93FR is tankless, the need to drain that component is non-existent. However, there may still be water in the lines and valves that needs to be addressed. I suggest that you remove power to the water heater, close off the water supply inlet and disconnect the outlet water line allowing any water that may remain inside the system to drain. Use compressed air to blow out any remaining water from the lines.
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  • Camco and Classic Accessories RV Tire Covers for Winter Storage
  • The reason the Classic Accessories # 052963762501 recommends a pair of covers for winter storage is to keep wet weather out; the Camco Vinyl Tire Cover # CAM45333 has nylon thread at the seams to protect against weather. I've added links to review videos of each cover for you to take a look at.
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  • Best Storage Cover for 2017 Arctic Fox 25R for Winter Weather
  • For your 2017 Arctic Fox 25R that is 102 inches wide the best cover is the Adco Aquashed part # 290-52244 cover. It offers the best winter weather and wind protection, is the correct fit, and has the easiest install. It also has zipper off side panels for if you have to access doors on the side of the RV.
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  • Will Cold Weather Affect Furrion RV Observation Camera System # FOS43TASF
  • I spoke with my contact at Furrion regarding the RV Observation Camera System # FOS43TASF and he said that cold weather should not have any effect at all on the system. He said even at below zero temperatures the system will run like normal and it can be left attached during the winter if desired. I have attached a short video review on this system that you can check out as well.
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  • Could Rampage Car Cover part # RA1304 be Used in Winter Weather
  • I actually used this Rampage Car Cover part # RA1304 on a car in the winter and it got snowed on quite a bit and held up just fine. This would do a solid job protecting you from the elements.
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  • Storage Cover Recommendation for 2019 Coachmen Catalina Legacy Edition 293 RLDS
  • For your 2019 Coachmen Catalina Legacy Edition 293 RLDS the best cover option we have is the Adco Tyvek All Climate Cover part # 290-34845 as this is the correct size for your trailer and offers the best wind and winter weather protection that we offer. I attached a review video for the cover for you to check out as well.
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  • Are WeatherTech Mud Flaps Suitable for Northern New York Winters
  • I spoke with my contact at WeatherTech and she said the WeatherTech Mud Flaps, part # WT110001-120001, will work great in northern New York winters. These premium flaps are constructed of durable thermoplastic resin with stainless steel fasteners and carry a Lifetime Warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. The installation instructions are linked for your reference.
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  • Best Cover For 2017 Lance 975 Truck Camper For Winter Weather
  • You'll want a heavy-duty cover for your 2017 Lance 975 truck camper to withstand the soggy winter weather, and the best option that fits your camper is from Camco: - Camco UltraGuard Slide-In Camper Cover - 19-1/2' Long # CAM45773 The UltraGuard # CAM45773 is designed to withstand a great deal of moisture, be it rain or snow, due to its top being triple-layered. It is also vented so that the wind can pass through without added stress on the cover, and it has adjustable hold down straps...
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  • Storage Cover Recommendation for 13 foot Long Trailer for Winter Climate
  • For your 13 foot long trailer the cover we offer that will provide the best protection is the Adco AquaShed part # 290-52238 as it is the option with the most winter weather protection available.
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  • Trailer Tire Failure When Sitting Over Winter
  • One of the main causes of trailer tire failure is exposure to the elements. Changes in weather cause changes in tire pressure, on top of the damage that exposure to prolonged cold weather, UV rays, etc. can do to sitting tires. It is always recommended when storing a trailer over the winter that if you cannot store it indoors, you park your trailer on solid concrete/asphalt at the maximum recommended PSI for those tires; if you have to park on the grass, it's always a good idea to use...
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  • Winterizing Fogotti Tankless Water Heater
  • To winterize your Fogatti tankless water heater you basically drain all of the fluid out and blow the lines out with compressed air. Unplug the water heater Shut off and disconnect the water supply and outlet to the heater Used compressed air to blow out all fluid in the lines.
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  • Recommendation for Winter Cover Protection on Camera and Forest River R-Pod
  • In all actuality, the Furrion Vision S, # FOS05TASF doesn't need to be covered as it is a very durable design that can withstand the winter weather. But I would simply wrap in plastic if you are concerned about ice setting on it. However, I do recommend that you get a cover for your Forest River R-Pod, and then by default the the Furrion Vision S will be covered too. I suggest the Classic Accessories PolyPRO 3 R-Pod Trailer Cover, # CA80-197-171001-00. This provides all-season weather...
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  • RV Storage Cover of 2005 Palomino Stampede 23SL
  • The length of your 2005 Palomino Stampede 23SL is right at 24 feet so the best travel trailer cover for winter weather climates would be the Adco AquaShed part # 290-52272 which is the correct size, offers the best winter protection, the easiest install, and has zipper off panels to allow access to the side doors of the cover.
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  • Adco AquaShed vs Olefin RV Storage Cover for Winter Storage
  • The Aquashed and the Olefin RV covers both do great in winter applications like yours. Adco has told us that the two lines you mentioned are the best for that type of climate, but overall, I'd give edge to the Olefin like the part # AD47ZR that you mentioned. The Tyvek material is just better suited for winter weather and it's also much easier to install due to the strap setup and the material weight. I attached a review video with more info for you to check out as well.
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  • Can I Leave Roof Rack On Through the Winter
  • Yes your roof rack is okay to stay on your vehicle through the winter. The crossbars # RRVA126B-2 are constructed of aluminum and will definitely hold up. The nylon foot pack # RRRLKVA is weather resistant and the Fit Kit for your 2015 Nissan Rogue # DK396 is rubber coated. Here in Missouri(not as harsh of winter as Chicago) we leave our bars on year around and we don't have any issues. Sometimes the lock core will show a little bit of wear from winter conditions but several people have...
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  • Can I Protect The Thule Evo Raised Rail Feet From The Elements
  • The Evo Raised Rail Feet # TH710401, is a foot that has a lockable cap that protects the bolt that secures the towers to your raised rails. If you have the Thule One-Key System Lock Cylinders - Qty 4, part # TH450400, you can secure the rack to your vehicle via that locking cap. That should help protect your towers from the elements. This foot also protects the bar and foot interface because the bars connect to the feet from underneath the bar, shielding it from the elements. With regard...
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