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Old 10-28-2007, 05:52 PM   #1
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Putting a 2363 to bed for the winter

Never one to be pro-active, and with the temp. here tonite slated to be 25 degrees, we thought it might be a good idea to winterize our 2363 today. My question is, what did we forget?

We blew the lines out for the showers and taps, emptied the fresh water and grey water tanks, and drained the hot water tank by removing the plug in the panel for the water heater. We then ran the pump for a few minutes while a bit of water dripped out of the drain hose under the trailer. We put antifreeze in the drains and the toilet. It gets really cold in this part of Ont., so we want to be sure everything that should be done gets done.

In the Sunline owner's manual it states that the trailers should be put on jack stands for the winter so the tires do not flat spot. Good idea, bad idea? We would like to keep the trailer in a condition whereby we can leave on short notice if we get the opportunity.
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Old 10-28-2007, 06:09 PM   #2
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Re: Putting a 2363 to bed for the winter

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We put antifreeze in the drains and the toilet. It gets really cold in this part of Ont., so we want to be sure everything that should be done gets done.
Did you put antifreeze through the water lines? If you didn't, to be extra safe I would suggest also doing this.
See this post for other suggestions & ideas http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/ph...pic.php?t=1323

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In the Sunline owner's manual it states that the trailers should be put on jack stands for the winter so the tires do not flat spot. Good idea, bad idea?
I always put the stablizer jacks down for the winter.

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