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Old 05-25-2012, 04:07 PM   #1
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'78 Argosy 30' placement for AC

Ok. I have seen several posts about this subject. I am terrified to cut the skin in/out until I know for sure where the proper spot is. The factory told me I could install anywhere, but there is a drain tube and wiring buried somewhere in my roof. I have an electrical plug on the ceiling and a vent forward and rear of that. The drain tube is forward of the tires on the side away from the door. Anyone out there with experience in Argosy? Sure could use help and encouragement.

Does the drain tube run straight
up the wall or does it wind down through ribs? If straight up then I can probably figure out the placement that way.


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Old 06-07-2012, 06:53 PM   #2
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I have a '75 Argosy 28' with a hole in the roof where there was an A/C. the hole in the roof is 14"X14" and the inside hole is 14"W X18" long. The rear of the two holes line up with a crossmember. If you want, I can measure either from front or rear to the opening if it will help.
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