Hello everyone, the cold weather is settling in and now I must winterize. I live in the North East so it gets cold here. Will my batteries be okay if I left them in the trailer with the trailer plugged into an electrical outlet or am I better served removing the batteries all together?
Thanks in advance for your comments.
Hello again. Yes capsfloyd, I do ride a Harley as my handle suggests.
The trailer we saw at the show is apparently not the one we are getting, ours is due in April.
My buyer’s remorse is all about the price $24,500 that is almost what I paid for my fist brand new home in 1978. More importantly, my wife' concerns is that the trailer is too big. The trailer is 31' our current trailer is 23'. My wife loves the secluded woodsy sites; she feels we won't be able to fit into them with this larger rig. We were ideally looking for a 25’-27’ but we didn’t see one we liked. Obviously like everyone we wanted a big interior with a small exterior.
I liked the White Hawk for so many features; at 58 year old I suspect this may be the last trailer I purchase. I’m pulling it with a 2010 F-250 (5.4) so that’s not an issue.