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Old 03-28-2008, 08:50 AM   #1
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If one could find the space on their tonge, they could use this Small Dog House AC unit and vent it out under the front bunk/couch. Kinda neet.

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Old 03-28-2008, 09:07 AM   #2
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If one could find the space on their tonge, they could use this Small Dog House AC unit and vent it out under the front bunk/couch. ...
Though placing it on the tounge might be a new idea, using these as a AC unit in a trailer is not. If you do a search in here you'll find a little on how others have used these in their trailers.
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Old 03-28-2008, 09:11 AM   #3
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This Scamp has an A/C unit thats mounted on the tongue also

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This Scamp has an A/C unit thats mounted on the tongue also...
LOL, Mike I guess there is no such thing as a new idea anymore LOL.

That one looks like a dog house unit too.

Anyway, thanks guys though this got me to thinking about alternatives for placing mine.
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LOL, Mike I guess there is no such thing as a new idea anymore LOL.

That one looks like a dog house unit too.

Anyway, thanks guys though this got me to thinking about alternatives for placing mine.
With summer on the way, I thought it would be good to through this idea out there again.
In MN, we really don't need AC, but our southern friends might. Lots of possibilities with this little guy.

I like the elevated idea, still allows space for your Battery and Propane.
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I like the Doghouse one but I thought we calculated that it wouldn't be sufficient cooling?

If I had one I'd carry it inside only when it was hot and then put it on the ground outside to use. No permanent mount= no weight when I don't need it.

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I like the Doghouse one but I thought we calculated that it wouldn't be sufficient cooling?...
that you may be right about. I dont recall what the other threads on them mentioned about that.
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