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Old 10-13-2017, 07:30 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Challenger 37LX
State: Maryland
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Winter camping

I have a question for winter campers. I have a challenger 37LX and plan to hit some colder areas. My water/waste tanks are heated from the furnace since they are located in the basement compartments. My question is when driving around do you keep the furnace on or is that not necessary because driving keeps the water moving and it most likely will not freeze? I was just thinking it might get cold enough to freeze some of the lines while I am driving.
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2017 Thor Challenger 37LX, Westward interior, Riverside paint job. Upgraded to 4 battery setup, Splendide 2100XC Washer/Dryer combo, Progressive Industries HW50 EMS, Heavy Duty Steering stabilizer, and TST TPMS 6+4 setup for tow vehicle . Member FMCA

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