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Old 02-07-2020, 11:13 AM   #41
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I agree with 99.9% of what's been posted. I might add this. To help keep the rodents out (they can be very destructive) buy a pack of dryer sheets from the local dollar store and place the sheets throughout the interior and under the hood. I use them in my stored Mustang and the RV over the winter to keep mice away. Seems to work pretty well.
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Old 02-13-2020, 12:06 PM   #42
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for what it is worth....
My set up - 2001 Chevy 2500 HD diesel short bed towing a 2007 Montana 3000RK. Got the truck used in 2007 and like the OP, mainly just use it to tow the monty. NOW, I take the truck on a trip at least every 2 weeks. About 3 years ago, when towing got a check engine light and reduced power mode. After the trip found that sludge build up in the tank led to problems with the fuel injectors and the seals which cost $6500 to fix. Don't use additives but doe run it to mix the tank contents up and keep fuel from staying around too long. (fill up once every 2-3 months depending on number of times we took the monty out.).
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