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Old 08-07-2018, 02:49 PM   #1
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NEW: extreme weather package

Does anyone know the details on the new Extreme Weather Package that Winnebago is now offering as an option on it's 2019 trailers? Heard it has extra insulation and heated tanks. Searched the Winnebago site, but couldn't find anything.
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Old 08-07-2018, 04:48 PM   #2
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Weather Package

I have a 2019 but they didnít mention extreme weather package.
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Old 08-07-2018, 08:14 PM   #3
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Mine has the “Four Season” package...I wonder if that’s the same thing. Dealer told me the underside is sealed and heat is run around/near the tanks. Not sure if there’s anything else...well, other than the polar bear sticker on the side of the trailer.
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Here are the pics from the trailer




Also have some fancy foam squirting out where the drain pipe exits the tank at the back.
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Hmm...can’t link to pictures in your folder?
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They've offered the extreme weather package for a number of years. When we we're looking we tried to find one with that here in FL with no luck. My understanding the floor, roof, and slide out all had extra insulation + insulated tanks. Think roof and floor were suppose to have R30 equivalent but didn't recall heated tanks, but maybe that's added now.
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My 2101 has the 4 seasons package. The bottom is sealed with a plastic underbelly. There are large cut-outs through the floor, one where the water pipes come up to the pump and one for the drain pipes near the furnace. The furnace draws warm air from one down into the underbelly and the other up to the furnace. It seems to have extra insulation but surprisingly it does not have double pain windows.
A mistake on my part caused me to get water down under there. I hope you can visualize what a nightmare it is to get in there to work on anything under the floor!
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Also have some fancy foam squirting out where the drain pipe exits the tank at the back.
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My 2101 has the 4 seasons package. The bottom is sealed with a plastic underbelly. There are large cut-outs through the floor, one where the water pipes come up to the pump and one for the drain pipes near the furnace.
My 1705RD has all of the above and I assure you it does not have the "4 season package".
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