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Old 12-23-2022, 10:42 AM   #1
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My 2007 Tour Master brochure touts an Arctic Package... with little other info. (It was repossessed so I did not receive any manuals.)
Does anyone have any details on what the package entails? I know it has vents into the basement. Is there a particular temperature I should maintain in the coach in order to ensure it stays above freezing in the basement?
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Old 12-23-2022, 11:38 AM   #2
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Ken,

The brochure for the 2007 Tour Master series of diesel coaches lists an "arctic package" but does not detail it. On my coach, the windows are all double pane (except the windshield and cab area ones of course) and the mirrors are heated. The tanks are in an enclosed heated basement, and the engine has an electric block heater. There may be added insulation -- but how would I know?

Other members here may have more specifics, and you can always ask GS themselves...

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