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RE: Happy 4th

Thank you John, Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. It is among the greatest sentences ever written regarding what a civil government exists to preserve and protect.
My Roadtrek 07/04/22 11:12am Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: happy

High John, enjoy Canada Day.:D
My Roadtrek 07/01/22 07:53pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Merry

Canadian John and All, Merry Christmas & Happy New Year.
My Roadtrek 12/25/21 09:44pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Happy Thanksgiving

Thank you John, and have a great Holiday Season.
My Roadtrek 11/29/21 10:47pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Happy Thanksgiving

Best to You old friend.:B
My Roadtrek 10/12/21 07:39pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Replace ac in Roadtrek Van

I have a 1995 Roadtrek D170 camper van (17' length). The original Fedders AC is a 7500 btu unit. I will be using a portable generator to run ac only when camped. I have a brand new 2200W generator. My question is replacing the Fedders ac with a new ac unit that will fit into the built in space and since my van is so small inside; I was thinking of getting a 5000 btu unit. What ac brands have you used, all ideas and recommendations will be much appreciated. Thank you, Cindy If you search the archives there is lot of info there. Try this you may find something here. Fedders ac From Home & Park Motorhomes ie Roadtrek Air Conditioning Section 4 Page 5 200 Popular Versatile Chevrolet 1. Turn main Breaker Off 2. Unplug Air Conditioner Unit 3. Remove Screw to release access panel 4, Remove screws on front of Air Conitioner 5. Open Cover 6. Remove wires and mark wires for reinstallation. Note: Disconnect poser from air conditioner unit but leave cord in van as installed 7. Cut silicon at base of air conditioner along entire front of unit 8 Go to the back of the vehicle and remove roof screws 9 Lift panel from vehicle and unplug the wiring harness from marker lights 10 remove baffles on either side of Air Conditioner unit 11. Cut silicone along the side of the air conditioner. Caution DO not cut too deep on back panel or you will damage the headliner 12Slide unit back towards the rear of the van 13. Wiht the assistance fo a helper, lift the unit from the van. Note if the vehicle is equiped with a generator , the assist start capacitor must be transferred to the new air conditioning unit. Installation: 1. Remove all remaining silicon 2. test unit to ensure proper working condition 3. inside the can, run a thick bead of dilicone across the bottom of airconditioer opening 4. with the assistance of helper, place nit back intohte van and slide into place 5. apply silicone to dies and top of air conditioner 6. install baffles and foam insutlation 7 install roof panel, plug wiring harness for marker lights in prior to roof panel installation 8 install roof panel screws 9 install power cord and wiring as per removal step 6 10 install panel cover 11install plastic grill 12 install lower panel 13 plug ac unit in 14 turn main breaker to "on" position.
My Roadtrek 09/18/21 01:16pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
RE: Salute

Well said John Victory Boyd sings the Anthem
My Roadtrek 09/13/21 12:32pm Class B - Camping Van Conversions
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