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Old 04-13-2014, 06:30 PM   #1
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Default May I use my 210 UDS in late Fall ?

I will take delivery of a brand new 210 UDS on May 9 and I understand that there is some kind of insulation in the under body of that trailer.

So, my question, are the water pipes (1) going under the floor, (2) am I righg in saying there is some kind of insulation in the under belly, and (3) is there any kind of heating that would prevent those water pipes from freezing.

I do not plan to use my trailer during the winter but I may end-up camping late in the season, and I am not sure relative to the operating temperature.

Any advice is welcome.


Jean-Pierre Ducharme
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Old 04-14-2014, 09:21 AM   #2
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Default Oui!

We have used our 2012 X-139 in 20 degree weather several times, with no problem. (I don't know how to convert that to Celsius.) Any colder than that could be a problem, especially if it does not warm up during the day.
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