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Or go the inverter route.

 

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lol...wtf

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On 7/8/2018 at 9:58 PM, Draker said:

lol...wtf

 

 

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.  

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Wahahahaha that's Ratsun... right there!

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Thanks Mike. Couldn't have done it without RATSUN.net.

 

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heck yeah. whatever works!

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Currently the cold air delivery system is pointed directly below my bellybutton. I'm working on a better diffusement system.

 

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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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