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  1. BambiTex
    07-11-2017 05:46 AM
    BambiTex
    I see. No, I did not consider the ceiling mount version. I used copper pipe on my first trailer and flexible on the current one. Both have held up fine so far including trips to the Grand Canyon but I suppose eventually they may fail due to vibration. The issue for you, I think, will be sizing. The largest unit that runs on 110 volts is 12,000 BTU which is probably not adequate for a 31 ft trailer...
  2. BambiTex
    07-10-2017 08:41 AM
    BambiTex
    "ShelL" is powder coated steel, just like your home A/C. First one held up well for a year and a half (when I sold the trailer) and new owners report it continues to perform well. Just installed the same system on my current trailer a few months back and it is working great so far. I made a few small changes to the installation but essentially the same as previous. I did not consider any form of roof mounting due to aesthetic and storage considerations. Where are you located?

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