Well, I'm chillin now. Planning to be in Austin Texas in June I knew I would need some cooling. Found this Fedders unit at Sam's club online Fedders 9000 BTU AC/Heat
. It's not there any more, but it is at Walmart as you can see by the link.
Puzzled and puzzled over where to vent the hoses. Tried the ceiling fan but got too much recirculation and not enough fresh air. Hoses are too short to reach the side windows
. Sooo, unless I was willing to cut holes in my Trill (which I am not partial to doing) that left the window in the door. Measured up and yup the bracket fits and the hoses discharge within the window opening. Needed something to fill space between screen and hose ends, so got one of those foam kneeling pads and cut two holes in it to line up with the openings for the hoses. Attached two of the stick on hooks to the door to hold the bracket in place and viola --- chillin time.
Wasn't using the space in front of the door any way.
It is probably twice the cooling needed for the trailer, at least so far. In the sun and 85 degrees didn't phase it. Just testing it pulled it down to 65 in less than 10 minutes. I think it might see double duty in the house.
Next test will be to see if the Honda 2K can run it. I already found out it trips the breaker if I try to use microwave
or electric skillet with it when on shore power.