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Old 09-03-2015, 08:35 PM   #85
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NICE well thought out work Dan!! Love it when an owner does a mod that fits in so well and doesnt look like a major after thought!
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Old 10-07-2015, 11:54 AM   #86
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Hey Dan I have an Air con unit that I am modding also for this purpose. Instead of putting the holes in the side- would it not be just easier to put them in the bottom?. Opinions?..Actually after looking- I am going to rip out the furnace from my trailer (1976 and I don't trust it) and install the air conditioner right there - I can then utilize the vent hole/grating that already there for one of the vents. Would you say its best to use that for the hot air or cold?.. I'll add a 6" for the other probably in the floor and separate the air flows..




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Hey Dan I have an Air con unit that I am modding also for this purpose. Instead of putting the holes in the side- would it not be just easier to put them in the bottom?. Opinions?..Actually after looking- I am going to rip out the furnace from my trailer (1976 and I don't trust it) and install the air conditioner right there - I can then utilize the vent hole/grating that already there for one of the vents. Would you say its best to use that for the hot air or cold?.. I'll add a 6" for the other probably in the floor and separate the air flows..




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Hi Dave,

It could work if the air flow for the inlet and outlet are on the floor. However, I am wondering how you will block these holes when the A/C is not in function. Personnaly, I like the fact that I can seal these holes when the A/C is not in function. I prevent mud and dust to penetrate in the unit.
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