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  • Jellybones11
    Hi. My name is Jace and I am a NUBe to the T@B Outback. I have a Max S version with the shower and commode. What type of insulation did you use on the bottom of your T@B? Was it easy to install? I like the simplicity of your plan of keeping the tanks warm without spending an exorbitant amount of money. I am in Colo over the Christmas break and the weather has been really mild until last night when it dipped into freezing. Of course I believe my tanks froze. I had the ALDE heating system going at about 66 and it's been doing well over the last few days. But this morning I came  out to find a little "core-like" bit of ice below the exhaust port and a black sooty substance in the exhaust fan. Would your system that you have wrote about work to prevent this?  I have read other threads about the soot in the exhaust above 3000'. I normally live in southern Nevada at altitudes of 2800' and in the desert so freezing we get but far and few in-between. I am a bit concerned that I will have to order a "kit" as I plan on more outings into the higher altitude areas. I am not mechanically inclined, at least on Teardrops. On people that's another story. Any help in this matter will definitely be appreciated.  Thanks
    December 2017