Originally Posted by overlander63
Run the wires through some 3/8" pex, so it won't get pinched or chafed. It will also make replacement later much, much easier, if ever needed.
BTW, you'll find you are going to need something to keep the roof and ceiling from being crushed together. I've made up a kit to frame the hole out, which is available at the dealership where I work.
I see this is an older thread, but hope work through some similar challenges.
I am installing a new AC in a 1967
TW that never had AC from the factory. One consistent piece of info from this forum is that there should be a power source and drain tube in the ceiling close to where the AC should be installed.
The exact location is a bit more elusive. I have a 24' trailer and in the electrical schematic, it shows the AC in a general location between a ceiling light and vent. Ok, on this forum I have anywhere from 93 -103" from rib 0. Will have to pick a spot that looks good and start drilling.
Overlander63, Do you have any pics of your frame kit? I came across one from out of doors mart but they say the curve isn't a great fit on older Airstreams.
Anybody browsing this old thread have any advice?