Originally Posted by Denece
Bob, you are our Compact guru. Where would you put one?
Like I said, this has not been an issue for us.
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I doubt if anyone will like my answer(s)
1. No where. The Hunter is just to small to have a a/c anywhere but sticking out the front window and that's a poor location as it's inches above the bed & dining area. And... as one Hunter owner pointed out when removing one from his recently purchased Hunter's front window, "It looks to Redneck"
2. With the pop-up top, one might as well try to a/c the campsite as well. They leak air like a sieve.
3. If I lived or, camped somewhere frequently, where air conditioning
was necessary to support life I would not buy a Hunter or any other pop-up FGRV. They just are not the "Apartment on wheels" that some individuals and/or geographical areas need.
We use 12 volt fans for cooling and, someday, might add the same model Fantastic fan that we had in our Scamp
& Lil'Bigfoot, both also w/o air conditioning
. BUT, we don't live in or often travel to the super hot/humid areas. When it's 100 in Riverside, we go to the mountains or beach, both within an hours drive.