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Old 03-02-2018, 08:48 AM   #1
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Location: Yukon, OK
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What to fear with winter itself - water freezing

I have a winnebago 31K that I bought new and want to take it out next weekend for a practice run. The low temperature is expected to get to 30 degrees F and the high will be 55 to 60. I do not have heated tanks.

My question is: How low can the temperature go at night and my tanks not freeze? I will be doing full hookups.

Also, has anyone had heaters put on their tanks as aftermarket items and what were the costs?

Thank you.
Dan & Charmaine
Yukon, OK
2017 Minnie Winnie 31K
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