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Charlie69, July 8 in Body/Interior
Or go the inverter route.
On 7/8/2018 at 9:58 PM, Draker said:
It works. Cost me $130 for the a/c unit, $80 for the inverter, and 40 or so in for power lines and cool air diffusement setup. I put the camper shell on so it doesn't look so redneck-ghettofabulous. I had my alternator rebuilt by a local auto electric shop before I set it up, $65. It puts out 60 amps. The 1000w inverter easily powers the 400w a/c unit. $300 for a/c. ⛄ ⛄⛄⛄⛄ ⛄⛄
Wahahahaha that's Ratsun... right there!
Thanks Mike. Couldn't have done it without RATSUN.net.
heck yeah. whatever works!
Currently the cold air delivery system is pointed directly below my bellybutton. I'm working on a better diffusement system.
Lol. Those setups were real popular when I lived in Tucson. Generator in the truck bed and a home a/c in the rear window.
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