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Old 11-30-2014, 03:49 PM   #11
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No I do not have a heated underbelly or ducts for heat in the floor. AC Is ducted in the ceiling. I can get some picks up but it is tucked away in the barn for the winter
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Thanks for pictures, looks like your Ac is not controled by a wall thermostat, is it? Bc I only have a thermostat for heat located on the entertainment center side wall, would like to combine both AC and heat in one thermostat , this way AC would turn on and off as called by the thermostat instead of continuously running the fan, not that hard to do, the hardest part is to run wires from AC to a thermostat on a wall, make it look good , also today, I swapped the original WFCO 9735p for WFCO 9835, much nicer unit, needed additional DC connections for tank heaters, got three of them , waiting for a triple wall switch to arrive to finish the connection, the 9835 has 11DC connection instead of 9735's 6dc, bought on amazon for $118, very happy
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Didn't put fuses for tank heaters yet
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YA ok I need to do all of this to mine as well!
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Harleyman, I am surprised that yours have many of these options, Ive been looking for a trailer with the same layout with these options but closest I've got was jay flight 28BHBE, however, it was little bit on the heavier side to tow with my truck,
You talk about weight being one of the reasons for your choice, but according to the specs, the BHBE only weighs 170 lbs more empty than your BHSW. I wonder how the "yellow sticker" weights compare? And if all of the items you've added would bring the weight to close to what a similarly configured BHBE would be? The big difference in the two weight wise is the CCC (the BHBE has more than 2x the CCC of the BHSW), and careful loading could mitigate that number. You could just load it as if the CCC was lower and you'd be in good shape.
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