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Old 11-24-2021, 05:44 AM   #21
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Are the roads usually clear of snow were you live at the time you are expecting delivery? The road system in the US is pretty durable as far as snow removal goes. I wouldn't drive my Hurricane in the snow, but the day after the roads are plowed sure would.

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Old 11-24-2021, 02:11 PM   #22
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I have started a periodic spraying of all the under chassis components with FLEX SEAL clear spray, I spray all the edge trim exposed edges, frame un coated surfaces, wood edges and chassis parts. I stay away from the brakes, lining, cables.

I have started coating all the exposed connectors under the RV. I put a light coating of sealant on all fuse and battery terminal exposed cable connections.

Around the door step area are exposed wood edges, these can accumulate water, when frozen this will tend to split and rot.
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Old 11-28-2021, 05:03 PM   #23
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Are the roads usually clear of snow were you live at the time you are expecting delivery? The road system in the US is pretty durable as far as snow removal goes. I wouldn't drive my Hurricane in the snow, but the day after the roads are plowed sure would.


Roads the township keeps roads clear but lots of salt, heading south on trial run to visit my Mother in North Carolina hose her off once we get there. We have a plow guy that comes if it gets over 3 inches but if its too bad well wait until Spring
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Old 11-28-2021, 05:05 PM   #24
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I have started a periodic spraying of all the under chassis components with FLEX SEAL clear spray, I spray all the edge trim exposed edges, frame un coated surfaces, wood edges and chassis parts. I stay away from the brakes, lining, cables.



I have started coating all the exposed connectors under the RV. I put a light coating of sealant on all fuse and battery terminal exposed cable connections.



Around the door step area are exposed wood edges, these can accumulate water, when frozen this will tend to split and rot.


That is a great idea thanks soo much
Im on it
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