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Old 05-16-2017, 12:17 PM   #1
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2015 flying cloud 27 FB. We are storing the cloud out doors at Fort Huachuca/ Sierra Vista from now until Nov 30 2017. We are looking for advice about preventing too much drying inside and whether to leave the fantastic fans and or shower bathroom vents open or closed. The fans have MaxAir II external covers.
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Old 05-16-2017, 01:28 PM   #2
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Hi from Scottsdale. . . our storage is outside, but covered. we keep 2 or 3 buckets of water in trailer when stored, to keep the no humidity thing from drying out/shrinking all the glue & laminate inside, and keep fans off/closed to minimize dust Hope that helps, Craig
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I was going to say exactly what our 4CU fellow member Craig said.

Considering that Arizona is known for freak Monsoon storms I would leave the vents closed. I would cover the tires if possible just to avoid premature sun rot. I would cover the interior of the windows to keep some of the heat out and UV out. I would cover the furniture, fabric or leather, with some kind of sheet or soft cloth to keep the dust and UV light rays away. I would also go for the water and some rodent traps (without food) just in case you get an unexpected visitor.
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