I see the tubes are rubber. I imagine I could run that under the trailer in a metal or plastic tubing, no? Or, could I use the same copper tubing, assuming it is in good condition, as the furnace?
This is a great start. I'm always cold and getting heat for this boondockerwannabe is veddy important!
Gigi, You can tie into the trailers existing copper tubing at the old furnace location and run that right up to the heater. We have a long rubber hose so we can position it inside as well as outside. There is a quick disconnect on the end of the hose for rapid hookups. The unit is around 12in X 12in.. There must be a couple feet infront of the heater, and 6in on all sides with the exception of the back which is zero clearance. These are the perfect heater for boondocking and as mentioned generate a lot of heat for those who like it warm.
Evan, thanks for all the great information! This does appear to be just what I need.