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Old 09-22-2014, 04:46 PM   #1
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1968 26' Overlander
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Air conditioner

So I have an Awesome 68' Overlander International. Love It! Thing is, there is a working air conditioner, but I suspect that it is the source or leaks. I never use the Air conditioner as I don't have a $3,000 generator and I live in Oregon. Don't get me wrong, if I could afford the generator we would have used the air conditioner as we've had 30+ days of 90+ degrees this summer. Anyway, the air conditioner looks good from the inside, but is a bulky thing on the outside.

It looks like there is a shroud that is screwed to the top of the unit, but has a square cut out of it.... so its just for looks?
I'm considering removing the whole thing and eliminating the potential leak.
Or is there a shroud I can get for my shroud?
Any Thoughts?
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Old 10-21-2014, 10:53 AM   #2
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If you aren't gonna use it I suggest taking it off. These 60s models look so much better without a lump on the roof. You can patch the 14" hole with aluminum, rivets and vulkem. Or simply put in a fantastic fan.
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