Furnace Install for 77 Boler - Fiberglass RV


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Old 05-12-2020, 11:09 AM   #1
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Name: Clyde
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Furnace Install for 77 Boler

Hello,

I would like to install a propane furnace in my Boler but I am not sure if it will fit properly. The opening that I am considering is under the sink, over the wheel. The dimensions of the opening: Depth: 18 3/4 " ; Height and width: 12 1/2 "
A couple of furnaces that I have seen online have a cut out depth opening requirement of 20 inches deep and 21 inches deep. Does anyone have an opinion on using one of these furnace in the opening I have described?
Although the recommended cut out opening does not meet the manufacturers' specs, would it work if there was either a slight protrusion outside the surface of the cabinet? Other options or suggestions?


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