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  1. markdoane
    I leave mine hooked up and plugged in all winter. You want to check the battery before winter sets in, just check the water level and S.G. to be sure it's in good shape. I figure as long as they keep charged up they won't freeze.

    I bring my LCD inside. Don't know if it's necessary or not.
  2. bolerama
    06-09-2009 11:56 PM
    Hi Randjg1. I live in a cold area where the temps hit -40F in winter. That may be why the floor is so bad. The dealer told us it would flatten when it warmed up. About a month has passed, and it hasn't really flattened much. It's a bit better, though. I started a thread on this topic and I will add new pics if the floor goes down. The option is to try to have Airstream replace it, but honestly, I don't want to have our cabinets removed to add new flooring. One person on the forum said that the problem is that the flooring is laid before the cabinets are added. In houses, flooring is brought up to the cabinets so that it can expand and contract. Also, this is a loose-lay floor, so it's not glued down, which could cause big cracks, so that's fine. However, we're not too optimistic that the flooring will flatten on its own. Also, we don't have a lot of faith in the dealership, so we don't want them to try to fix it. Please keep me posted if you find a solution.
  3. SilverKing
    If you've made the difficult decision of selling your bambi have you made the equally difficult decision of determining an asking price? If you are interested in taking let me know. stevenboldt@mac.com

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    2008 27' International CCD FB
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    2008 toyota tundra crew cab limited


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