thanks for the real world application and G2
to avoid the mini-split now i am looking at using the same unit you have used and was privately hoping there was a specific drain provided
the condensate draining off our diesel pusher w/ 3 units on the roof was a bane and cause unsightly stains...
the power consumption of the AC unit is 'low' and assume once your ice cream cooler is down to temp the consumption would go down
AC on high for 2.5 hrs is a great result! congratulations and thanks for the detail
and the power density of the 300 ah single battery is a serious consideration...
we hosed out the inside to be shed of the 20 year accumulation of 'moon dust'
cleaned up real nice
finished the temporary bed platform
drug a mattress from the house inside and hit the road
we brought some more CAD work of representative window sizes and location
still under evaluation but...
bear with me for my diatribe
we have a 160 farm / ranch in N GA
the ground is pretty rough over about 35 ac and we had previously used kubota RTV's as our get around vehicles as walking or riding goats were the only option
their cost was prohibitive
drank fuel like an irishman
module AC condenser
high pressure lines
& module heat & air unit are all removed and for sale
this ambulance was from the high desert of durango colorado so they are in good condition
let me know if you need some hoseline AC equipment
winner winner chicken dinner
you both are correct
thank you very much
it is a separate air tank that is plumbed for the air brakes and air ride
that is good.
i think i will try and relocate this to the rear where i removed the hydraulic generator
in this way i can mount a drivers side fuel...
this is exactly what i would have gone for if i had not found a 4x4 MD ambulance
the TC product is TOPS in my book
i still may come back to this solution depending on how mine turns out
the TC cab over is a game changer for the footprint and livability aspect
so yesterday we pulled the rear hydraulic generator off and are completing removing the lines
i thought the truck had redundant air but when we dropped the rear tank the bags would not pump up
does anyone know what this is?
it is under the drivers side next to the batteries
would love to move...
a buddy of mine is back in town from a long time away
he has an AC machine and i am at the point to decommission the rear air
so we vacuumed the refrigerant yesterday but we are at a loss to cap the port on the condenser
anyone know what i am looking for?
mine is a 10 lug so they are all yours
im probably going to be 'forced' to purchase new wheels as i have never seen more than a pair for sale 12.25 x 22.5 10 lug
probably save around 300 lbs total, have singles and pick up some mpg by reducing the rpm at cruising speed . . . not to mention a...
just like i thought, too much fresh air . . .
i keep waffling between the spray foam and rigid
ive looked at yours and Java's foam process many many times and the time is soon coming for me to decide
hiring it out is about $1200 if i bring it ready to shoot, but then there is no turning back
looks like too much fresh air and water and too low of a population density
you need to move back to the city!!!
looks great and exactly what you built that kritter for
did you fill up your cooler?
any regrets with the spray foam?
i have been going round and round regarding tires too 385/65/22.5 singles 43"
the falken GI-368 is a open shoulder tire that i can find for $500 each and the michelin G296 is a similar tire at $750 or so
the problem is that a set of 5 will close on on $6k quickly and my current wheels and...