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Old 12-11-2014, 09:40 AM   #31
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Goes to show you how far technology has come in the automotive industry. Apparently the new smaller displacement V8's are making the same power as the older larger displacement ones. Mind you, it takes a whole lot of RPM's to make that power, but impressive nonetheless. Glad you're having good results.
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Old 12-20-2014, 05:34 PM   #32
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Harleyman, your trailers AC is built with a heat option, I just installed a heat strip-Coleman Mach electric heat kit/strip 9233A4551, the AC selector knob has two low fan positions, the first one is designed for a low heat, when you buy the kit , it comes with a replacement knob marked low heat in a first position, very easy to install, take down bothAC knobs and unscrew the cover, the heat strip will go behind the marked metal flange, then it is plugged in a plastic heat connector, there is only one for this option, don't expect hot air coming out of the registers though, it is warm at its best, it is not design to warm up TT in winter, more like a chilly summer morning option, might work together with a portable electric heater after the temperature is brought up to a desired level by a gas furnace to save on gas, thought that you might be interested
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Old 12-20-2014, 05:38 PM   #33
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Old 12-22-2014, 09:04 AM   #34
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Hey thanks for the heads up, will this keep the trailer worm like the gas would? or will this need a supplement yet.
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Old 09-23-2015, 07:19 AM   #35
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Question for the OP.

Did you install the underbelly cover yourself or did you have the RV service department handle that ?
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Old 09-23-2015, 09:14 AM   #36
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Thanks for the heads up, I was looking for this

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Harleyman, your trailers AC is built with a heat option, I just installed a heat strip-Coleman Mach electric heat kit/strip 9233A4551, the AC selector knob has two low fan positions, the first one is designed for a low heat, when you buy the kit , it comes with a replacement knob marked low heat in a first position, very easy to install, take down bothAC knobs and unscrew the cover, the heat strip will go behind the marked metal flange, then it is plugged in a plastic heat connector, there is only one for this option, don't expect hot air coming out of the registers though, it is warm at its best, it is not design to warm up TT in winter, more like a chilly summer morning option, might work together with a portable electric heater after the temperature is brought up to a desired level by a gas furnace to save on gas, thought that you might be interested

Thanks for this information, how much did this run you?
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Great ideas - thx for posting!


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