air conditioner

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air conditioner

Unread postby happycamper59 » Sat Jul 15, 2017 5:37 pm

I got a 1988 LeSharo with a GM 3800 not sure if it is either a Buick or Bonneyvill and I was wondering if I could run the RV air off the generator going down the road ?
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Re: air conditioner

Unread postby Ray Charbonneau » Sun Aug 06, 2017 9:16 am

Hey HappyCamper59,
Just saw this post and wanted to let you know that yes, some do run the roof air off the generator while going down the road.
With my converted WinneBuick LeSharo I run the engine air and it cools the coach area nicely.
Hope this helps, Ray
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Re: air conditioner

Unread postby RV4BT » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:35 pm

We have ran ours with great success. The roof air cools ours well. We took out the front ceiling air and will be installing dash air next year. Ken
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Re: air conditioner

Unread postby Ray Charbonneau » Thu Aug 24, 2017 6:23 pm

Ken,
I look forward to your idea of adding dash air. Lou's 'Trafic' conversion looked like a nice way of doing it with dash rework necessary.
Be sure and post pics!
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