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Old 12-10-2018, 09:53 PM   #11
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Old 12-10-2018, 10:33 PM   #12
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Is the air coming out of your heater hot, or just warm? Mine is just warm air, can hold hand there entire time w/out hurting.

Looks like we are neighbors BTW.
Hot. Too hot to hold my hand there.

I'll send you a PM.
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bikebum, I installed a D4 in my 3500 high roof extended last April. Used it last spring in CO, AZ, and UT worked great, this past November I used it in UT and CO, single digits outside close tom 80F inside. My van is insulated with Thinsulate and I made window covers out of Refletix, I can't keep my hand near the heater outlet when on high as its HOT air. I only run mine on high and turn it off when the van gets too hot, I do have the high altitude kit. I'm headed out to bike at Phil's World outside of Cortez for a few days and plan on using the Espar to keep warm.
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Default Re: Summit County Ski Area Parking (overnight)

I lived in Breckenridge for a winter in my van. Got by mostly on friends driveways. The town is not very friendly to overnight parking. Most places in town no overnight is allowed and will be enforced especially if it snows.

BUT! If you are at a bar and have a drink you can ask for a DRUNK PASS which is basically a do not disturb pass for a single night for your vehicle. I've actually parked in the south gondola lot with one before, and was not bothered. (On another occasion I was almost towed because I was parked there an hour after the cut off, sans pass.)

ALSO there is the airport road overflow lot. Overnight parking is allowed for i think $5 a night and you can stay there for a while.

There are several other private lots in town that say no overnight parking, but if you leave early enough you shouldn't have a problem...
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