Originally Posted by Hopper
any good ideas with where and how to install an AC unit in my Scamp
new window in side rear ?
Roof, but it might fall
below couch, I really am opposed to this install, sorry.
Fantastic fan in roof vent?
any other ways that work ?
You need to tell us what year Scamp
you have. Newer Scamps are built to support roof air. Older ones, not a chance. Fantastic fan moves air, which is great, but it is not a substitute for AC when it gets really hot. I seek out higher elevation when I don't have AC. For instance, in Utah in June, I stayed at Bryce Canyon NP (over 8,000 feet) instead of Zion NP (3,000 feet). In the summer, you might see a difference of 25 to 30 degrees between the two parks.
My newer Escape
has roof air, but my Trillium
does not. IF I ever decide to add AC to the Trillium
, I'll probably go with a portable unit outside, replace one pane of my jalousie window to connect an inlet and outlet hose. I am not a fan of cutting more holes into the trailer. Personal choice here. Realize Casita
has been doing basically this for decades with their 13 and 16 foot trailers. So it can be done right.
Since I so rarely camp with 120V hookup, its not on my radar screen. Locally, I camp at higher elevation during the summer months.