After a hot summer where even in a small bed in our Scamp
my wife and I didn't touch each other for 3 nights, we agreed to install AC. Our Scamp
did not allow for a roof installation. We were ok with a closet installation because we liked the lower cost, but we are going to miss the storage. I wanted the installation somewhat hidden because I like the look of the lines of the fiberglass trailers and don't like to have lots of cutouts in the side of the trailer. I went with an 12V/120V fridge
for the same reason. I decided to put it under the front couch. It added a little weight
to the hitch, but was easier to vent. My wife was also more willing to give up that closet space.
The (almost) finished installation from inside. The switch to the left turns on the fan and switches power on to the AC.
A picture of the box made to go behind the AC. Note the 4" blower fan from a boat that will push the air out.
The closet where the AC will go. Air comes in the left and goes out the right. The drip pan is the silver thing on the bottom.
The same closet with the box with the fan that will push the hot air out. A vinyl dryer house connects the fan to the air outlet. The AC will sit right in front of that box.
The air inlet/outlet from the outside.
The air inlet/outlet with a cover
What it looks like outside. The arrow is pointing to the cover seen above.
I owe many thanks to a variety of people on this forum for ideas that went into this. I have more details if anyone is interested.