Well manitoba now sees (exception of last summer) +30 weather often, and thats without the humidex, Portage la Prairie saw +53 with the humidity a few years back, it gets hot here. I also plan on doing some camping in the south, more specifically in the dunes with some fellow dirtbikers. I love BC its got some nice weather compared to us over here in the prairies. I do agree that unit is quite over weight
. But they do make other units for semi trailer cabs that are split units where the evaporator and condensor are seperate such as this one.
I really like the idea of using a small window type unit, but I just dont want to be cutting any holes im my walls. The floor I will consider, and the roof units are just too heavy and look... well not right. My boler
13' has a permanent bed at the back and the door side bench area is empty "wasted space" right now and that is where I want to incorporate a a/c unit. The window type unit could be done possibly, but would be a lot of work and alot of ducting involved. I just like the idea of these semi cab a/c units as an idea for my 13 footer. The above link unit is one of the better units i have found on the net, and it weighs 80lbs if you dont use their battery
bank (since we use shore or generators for power). I am sure there are more units like this one out there that might be suitable for a boler
.... still looking around, and still open to the idea of a/c in my boler, but no holes in my shell. Thanks for the input so far, but i say we all should keep looking. There has to be a better solution out there.