Storing PUP level?

Discussion in 'Camper Storage / Winterizing & De-Winterizing' started by dogdaze, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. dogdaze

    dogdaze New Member

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    With the Rockwood Freedom there is no fridge to worry about; only an icebox. So I am wondering whether it is ok to store the pup for a couple/three months on an unlevel surface (slight hill) or should I level it anyway?

    Thanks again!
    -Devi
     
  2. jhower

    jhower New Member

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    Which way does it lean? Side pressure won't be good for the tires but otherwise there's no problem. Chock the wheels well!

    The fridge becomes an issue only when it's running, to keep the ammonia circulating properly. It doesn't matter when it's off.


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