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    Quote Originally Posted by New Guy View Post
    Store it in a heated garage problem solved. Our boat stays 65* all winter and I am able to get some winter garage boating in.
    If only it was that simple for all of us. My boat is stored in a storage unit but it is not heated.



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    I guess at that point I'm winterizing. It is all in floor heat on a boiler so the only thing that I would have to run was the pump on a small generator. Once that concrete is warm it would take several days to get it cold enough to even be a concern. Also I store it at our business so if we are out of power for several days there are much bigger issues.
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    That would be great to have the ability to store in a heated location during the winter. However, I don't have that luxury.

    So, again, I pose the same question regarding the hard tank/pump winterization.
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    Lemme know where they charge 300$ 🤣🤣🤣🤡🤡🤡🤡

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