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Old 11-07-2018, 09:52 PM   #1
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Just thought of something,, winterized my 5ver,, got it winterized just fine, then got to thinking my previous 5ver had a blue and red line underneath trailer, believe it's a low point drain,, my 2012 Denali doesn't seem to have them , at least that I can find,, is that possible ?
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Old 11-07-2018, 09:57 PM   #2
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Just thought of something,, winterized my 5ver,, got it winterized just fine, then got to thinking my previous 5ver had a blue and red line underneath trailer, believe it's a low point drain,, my 2012 Denali doesn't seem to have them , at least that I can find,, is that possible ?
red is hot water usually! Unless they ran out of blue that day.
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Old 11-07-2018, 10:05 PM   #3
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I know what red and blue are, my question was,, does every camper have them ? Don't see anything like that underneath mine
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DOH! My bad... I meant to say that they should be there for draining the hot and cold systems. Maybe in the wetbay?
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Never heard of a camper that didn't. It took me forever to find mine on a relatively tiny camper, they were on the outside of the main frame just behind the bottom skirting. When you stick you head under to look for them, you've already passed them
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Never heard of a camper that didn't. It took me forever to find mine on a relatively tiny camper, they were on the outside of the main frame just behind the bottom skirting. When you stick you head under to look for them, you've already passed them
Thank you,,, found them, weren't sticking down through the underbelly very far,, thanks again
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My 2012 Komfort had the drains in the middle. I made a bracket attached to the frame ahead of the wheels and extended the drains to the street side. No crawling under to drain.
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