I’m curious what the consensus is about the best roof top air conditioners out there?
I have a single 13.5K in the center position that’s 7-8 years old and has never really kept up on hot days.
My thought is to move that one to the rear position and get a 15K for the center.
Looking for brand and model suggestions to look for or to avoid.
1974 re-Painted Desert named B.O.B.
1976 33’ stretch under construction
I never realized you just had one 13k BTU. no wonder it did not keep up.....
your plan is correct, install a 15.5 up front and move that 13k to the rear.
there are a couple factors in choice, 1st is of course if you are stuck on low profile or not, Probably not, because low profile costs more.
2nd- is heat pump or not. you have a nice furnace, so heatpump is not necessary, but I really like my heat pump on mine. It is what I use to
keep the coach warm as long as outside temps are 40 degrees or above. then I go to the furnace once it drops below 40 outside.
Problem is, RV air conditioners seem to change quickly as availability, who owns who and models.
only thing I know- Stay away from the Dometic Brisk Air, you can ask Billy massy, and Tim Anderson and myself. We have those in our Fiber
trailers, and they are poor.
75 palm beach
EBL EFI, manny headers, Micro Level, rebuilt most of coach now.
St. Cloud, MN
1978 Royale Center Kitchen, Patterson 455, switch pitch tranny, 3.21 final drive, Quad bags, tankless water heater, everything Lenzi. Alex Ferrera
installed MSD Atomic EFI
I really liked the Atwood Air Command, but Atwood was bought out by Domestic and they discontinued it....
However the Houghton RecPro looks very similar. Same specs, general appearance, also made in Australia....
Mark S. '73 Painted Desert,
Manny 1 Ton Front End,
Leigh Harrison 4bag and Rear Brakes,
Fort Worth, TX