Information regarding the July 15-16, 2006 Meet in the Midwest.
Moderators: stevec, Smuz, Jimny
- It's an LJ thing!
- Posts: 4740
- Joined: Wed May 28, 2003 7:02 am
- Location: KANSAS
crap, and I needed seats too
Well I was wondering if you were coming to this meet.
Don't worry, I will have some ready to sell pretty soon.
I'd rather be driving my LJ!
- Resident Curmudgeon
- Posts: 3425
- Joined: Thu Jun 05, 2003 6:53 pm
- Location: Kansas City (Lenexa)
Our camper has a Fantastic Fan, and as small as the camper is, that fan will circulate all the air through in about 3 minutes
That's what mine has, but circulating in nice, fresh, 106* air ain't what I calls refreashing.
hey Smuz, git that A/C tested. if'n it dont work, we can deliver a new unit (Coleman Mach series) to the meet. maybe even get it installed in fairly short order.
Buddy, if this A/C don't work, I WILL be in touch with you. I don't mind dragging the thing a coupla hunnert miles to get a decent deal with folks I kin trust.
The above is my opinion. It is subject (like all my opinions) to debate, disagreement, rude gestures, and loud raspberries.
- The Parts Dude!
- Posts: 7592
- Joined: Thu Jun 12, 2003 9:26 am
- Location: Seattle WA area
Heck, I'll help you put it in too. I have no experience with installing A/C on an RV, but if nothing else, it's an extra set of hands.
The only difference between an ordeal and an adventure is your attitude
- Resident Smart Arse
- Posts: 1443
- Joined: Tue May 11, 2004 7:44 pm
- Location: Cabot, AR
the hardest part is lifting the unit to the top of the camper. Smuz, do you have ducted air or is it a single discharge? also is there a wall-mount t-stat?
A legend in my own mind.