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Old 03-20-2007, 08:05 PM   #15
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Uh, my '67 Overlander has a Carefree awning.

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Oops. Never say never. Carefree has not made the arms for Airstreams for so long, I forgot they did indeed make them for a few years in the 60's...
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I call those senior moments! But all is forgiven. We all suffer from dementia along with aluminitis I guess! Happy Trails, Ed
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Back to the A/C +heater, Any suggestions on exactly which one i should get? (size?) I am going to camping world tomorrow. thanks
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Back to the A/C +heater, Any suggestions on exactly which one i should get? (size?) I am going to camping world tomorrow. thanks
The new style Carrier roof Airconditioners, do not require a "pan". The Duotherm does.

Also, the Carrier is the only AC that has oscillating louvers. Provides great circulation.

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Old 03-30-2007, 12:55 PM   #19
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Since you live in the deep South, I would say go with the 15,000 btu unit. You can get a Carrier with a heat strip, I installed one in a SOB motorhome last Summer, it cools very well, and keeps the inside warm. It had the oscilating louvers, it moved a lot of air around.
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