Roof mounted aic conditioning unit for sale.

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  1. haganap

    haganap Funster Life Member

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    Funsters, I am thinking about selling my roof mounted air conditioning unit from my van. It comes with the inverter and all that is needed to plug it in. It fits in the 40x40 aperture in the roof and works perfect. It is 5 years old, and blows hot air as well as cold. It is still on my van at present but I am just thinking I would sell it. We very very rarely go anywhere hot and tend to spend time here in the UK or Skiing, so seems little point in having one really.
    So if your interested please pm me with an offer, if I get no offers, I will stick it on ebay...but wanted to give our community first refusal.:thumb:
     
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    Bailey58 Funster Life Member

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    We use ours to air condition the van while on the move on the odd hot day we get (no cab aircon on ours) also found it useful when away last week to heat the van on chilly evenings as we'd forgotten our fan heater and it saves putting on the diesel heating (again our Truma is storage only and not a heater). :Smile:
     
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    haganap Funster Life Member

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    Take your point Rolf, but, it's just never ever used. I used it at the funsters meet in Parc Verger a couple of years ago, We mostly wild camp and although it works on 12 v, it does not take long before its spanked the batteries, meaning the best way is on hook up.
    We have used it for heating as well, but again, TBH it does little. I thought I would trade it in and get cruise control fitted instead :thumb: at least that way I have something I actually could use.
     
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    haganap Funster Life Member

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    well, If you want to be hot, you can be HOT HOT HOT HOT......

    Or

    If you want to be cool :Cool::Cool::Cool:

    Then you can be that too.....

    They are great bits of kit, but, Like I said, I go skiing and would rather have either Cruise control or onboard LPG tank fitted for better use for an active young family like ours, of course.

    BTW--- Im sure you were called Griff last time I looked?:Eeek:
     
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    what unit model is it and how much you thinking?
     
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