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Old 09-22-2015, 11:01 AM   #1
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OK to winterize then tow?

Hope this isn't a silly question, but I'm wondering if it's OK to move the trailer after winterizing? We have to store off-site so I don't have the luxury to work at home. The plan is to winterize at campground on last trip of the year, then tow ~50mi to storage lot for the winter.

Will the antifreeze in the lines/drains/toilet bowl move or splash or have any other unintended consequences?

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Old 09-22-2015, 11:25 AM   #2
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If anything the antifreeze will be better distributed
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Old 09-22-2015, 11:34 AM   #3
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This past winter we pulled ours from KY to central FL, then de-winterized, spent a month, winterized in GA on the way back and pulled it though the snow to the front of our house for a week (couldn't move because of 15" of snow). Then we took it back to the storage lot where it stayed until August. (I take it out about every 6 weeks to exercise the tires.)

No problems with any of the plumbing.
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A little late to the question, but we tow ours winterized all the time. Never an issue.
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No problem at all. When headed home from our winter getaways, we generally re-winterized the trailer as we can still get a freeze at home in early April.

We usually do the winterizing at one of our last "warm" stops in the US then travel home with the trailer winterized.


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