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Winterize freshwater tank, 2430

geierb387

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Is winterizing the freshwater tank on a 2430 as simple as emptying and add a couple gallons of rv antifreeze then run the shower?
 

Julian

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Is winterizing the freshwater tank on a 2430 as simple as emptying and add a couple gallons of rv antifreeze then run the shower?
Yup.
 

sunbyrned

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I've wondered this myself. The previous owner of my boat used anti freeze and when I bought it I thought I would never get the pink completely out of the tank. For the past three years I have simply drained it without using anti freeze. So far so good. I really don't think any damage would occur with what little water may be remaining, but perhaps I'm wrong.(?)
 

geierb387

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I was thinking the same thing. I may just put enough in there to get it to pump through the pump.
 
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