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Old 08-23-2007, 09:23 AM   #1
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Moderator's note: This topic moved from For Sale forum. FiberglassRV.com does not promote Teardrops (unless they are made of molded fiberglass!), but the additional discussion of the Little Guy's Heating/AC unit is on topic for this site. The implication is that it can be bought separately.

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Saw these in a sales lot however they did not have $$ on them. Several different models and could b pulled by anything, even Rogers lawn mower.

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Old 08-23-2007, 09:31 AM   #2
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On the same site they show an AC/heat unit designed for use with the Little Guy but one that might work great with an egg, too.

http://www.golittleguy.com/cms/options-acc...itioning-2.html

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Bobbie, That is an even better find than the trailer itís self. Just the thing for the other egg campers. Could even set on the ground or in the back of a pick-up to connect to the egg. Seams it would solve all those problems/questions that we have seen over the years bout mounting an AC unit to the egg.
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It's basically the same as this one advertised for dog houses, which I think we've seen before. But that site says it is discontinued.

http://www.atrendyhome.com/hedoghoandai.html
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Old 08-23-2007, 09:55 AM   #5
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Here it is for $299 shipping in September.

http://www.hitechbuildingsystems.com/petco...CFRVNhgodChkOPg

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Very tempting. BUT, my experience last summer in Texas 100 degree heat with an 8000 BTU (2 hose) portable leads me to believe it is too small for a 13 footer. Best performance I could obtain with my 8000 BTU was a 20 degree differential during the day and about 25 at night.

If it was available for around the same price at 5 or 5500 BTU, I would give it a try.

Not having an A/C is the only thing I don't like about my trailer. And it is a major dislike after summer temperatures this year discouraged me from even going camping.

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The dog house unit was discussed previously.

Dog house AC in a 13ftr - Manufacturer's comments
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