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Old 08-21-2014, 05:41 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by J. Morgan View Post
Nice looking trailer!!

Thanks! I think the PO did a great job with a/c placement, and even if it ever needed to be replaced, it would be easy to do.

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Old 10-16-2014, 11:41 AM   #16
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Finally back to respond.

If I put one in the skylight, looks like I would have to do more modification than just reinforcement - the skylight dimensions are different than modern rooftop ACs. Not only more work but also more risk for leaks.

May go with that window unit above the propane tanks. I've read up on a lot of the indoor portable ACs and sounds like they are quite noisy for such a little area.

Another possible location would be where the furnace used to be. There is a vent there that will not be re-used since I do not need a furnace again. You can see the opening where the old furnace was located below the tall cabinet. Behind this opening is the vent in the wall. May be a way to duct an AC through this? That's the wheel well behind it, duct above the well.
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