After being a member of this forum for nearly 5 years, I finally have a new CF305SKP sitting in my driveway. We just got back from RVW earlier this evening. We went down yesterday, got the tour of the trailer and had the hitch installed in the truck. All went well, in fact from the time we finalized the contract until we took delivery, RVW put the hitch on sale which saved us $189.00. They gave us the option of an in-store credit so we spent it on things we needed anyway. Last night at Indian Lake State Campgrounds the temperature got down to the low 30's, so the furnace got a good workout. Now that we're back in Michigan the temperatures might get down to the low 20's or upper teens on a few more nights. Can anyone tell me what temperatures might be a problem? At what temperature is running the furnace not even enough? What other things can be done short of re-winterizing the trailer?
Gary and Pat Harkins
Dodge 3500, 2011 CF305SKP