Originally Posted by Okiegent
I looked at your install Vaughan and I would give you a A+ FOR DOING IT YOURSELF.
That looks like more than a fellow thinks it would be if you do not have the help and right equipment. I read a post from the fellow Zeph. That he almost killed himself trying to get the a/c up there.I tried to convince myself I could do it by myself. I am glad I didn't. I liked the real time pictures also. Your trailer is a beauty. Really nice.Something about a long,long trailer hahaha! I was also convince about the having to cool the trailer down after it being off. I remember the move we made from Norfolk lake to Eureka. We got in there about 1:00 pm and it was hot.It took about 45 minutes with awnings out setting in the sun to cool it down. We ran the fan some also to help cool down and keep us cool.I was impressed however with how cold it kept the trailer once you got it cooled down. At night you would freeze your kister off
. We too had the back bathroom shut off at all times. So hey guy I really am glad that you all got me to leaning toward the bigger unit. I am now dragging my feet trying to justify the cost. Especially when you can get the 15,000 brisk air so much cheaper. That and me and the misses don't have a money tree
. Here is another man thought as my wife would say. I wonder where a fellow could but another unit at in the coach mmmm mmmm!!
Thanks to all of you.
I appreciate it. I really couldn't have done it without help from my great neighbors.
I did look at Zep's posts about AC replacement first, too. That definitely convinced me that either scaffolds, a crane, or a skyhook
was in order. Thanks to Zep for posting his adventures. I learned from his example.