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Old 04-05-2014, 08:34 AM   #1
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Question for the A/C Guru's

I am getting ready to install a second a/c in the Bunk house of my eagle.
It is a 07 jayco eagle 314 bhds.
Fo those not familiar with that floor plan the bunk house is located in the rear of the camper and on the slide side opposite of the bath room.
The a/c will be mounted in a existing vent but it is not in the center of the trailer. I have to make a mod to one of the ladder poles where it attaches on the roof. Basically the a/c will be centered on the roof between the left edge and the center of the trailer.
I don't think this will cause any problems with the roof having a slope to it but i could be wrong. That is why i am asking before doing. I don't have a picture to show the exact spot i am talking about. Hope i explained it right. Any suggestions. Thanks everyone.
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Old 04-05-2014, 08:58 AM   #2
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Below is a 2007 314BHDS floor plan...., also contact Jayco directly and they may be able to send you the roof frame layout (dimensional):



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Yes that is my lay out. The bunkhouse already had a 14x14 opening that houses a skylight. I have already taken the inside of that out and ran the electrical part to the opening. The question i am having is the a/c not down the center of the trailer roof. The frame work in the opening is plenty to support a 150 lb a/c unit.
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