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Old 05-09-2013, 05:14 PM   #1
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If the motor coach won't be moved for roughly 6 months, what is the best way to leave it parked? with blocks to protect the air bags? I would appreciate your input and advice. Thanks.

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Old 05-09-2013, 05:44 PM   #2
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I've usually just left it plugged in ready to travel.
I'm leaving my coach for a month in a few days and it will be plugged in to 50 amps at a campground. I'll probably leave the auto-leveling on and 110v compressor on with the slides in.
What do other people do? One suggestion I've gotten is to level the coach then turn off the leveling.
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My 77 coach is just left with everything turned off. I drain the water tanks and water system which is especially important in the winter. If I cannot be around to periodically charge the batteries then I remove them to my house or a place that will periodically charge them (that's what children are for). We have a fully covered roof vent that I leave open summer or winter.

I do all this if storage is to last longer than a month to six weeks no matter the time of year. It is probably overkill in some respects but it gives me a secure feeling that when I plan to next use it I know exactly what is needed to get going.
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Park your coach onto wood pieces atleast this is what the tire manufactures recommend.
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