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Old 09-27-2014, 04:43 PM   #1
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ParkLiner - new roof mount AC?

Does anybody yet have a new ParkLiner with the roof mount AC?

Does anyone know what the make and model of the new AC unit is, and where it's located? I assume it's replacing the powered back vent?

Pics would be nice!

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Old 09-27-2014, 07:29 PM   #2
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Frank mine still has the floor mounted unit, and it was done labor day weekend.

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I was wondering about yours Pat. Thanks!

The new spec sheet lists the roof mount as the AC option: Roof-Mounted Dometic Air Conditioner –$899

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Frank, Sid had asked me a couple of weeks ago if mine had a floor or roof mounted unit because he saw the AC unit is now roof mounted. So if mine isn't the last floor mounted it has to really close to the last one.

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Does this mean all new Parliners with AC will be roof mounted? Are they phasing out the floor mounted version?
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That is certainly what it looks like if you check out their price list and options. I think putting AC on the roof is a good idea for a number of reasons. Cold air drops, and it would give you more storage space inside, always helpful. Where the AC is now would make great storage space.

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