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Old 08-30-2012, 07:17 PM   #43
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Can you expand on how to get to the duct work? Holiday Rambler's are fiberglass roof, foam, and aluminum sides/frame... What I see is ducting cut in foam immediately out of the AC box, but I know this has to lead to a distribution system connected to actual ducts....

I don't see access panels in the ceiling.. :-)
I don't know about HR but on the rigs I have owned I found two parallel runs down both sides of the rig. Look at your current vents and I bet they line up front to back on left and right sides of the rig. If it is like mine, you can cut in vents as long as they are inline with the other vents.

This is assuming that most RVs use similar vent runs.

Hopefully someone can confirm this theory for your rig.
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Old 08-30-2012, 08:58 PM   #44
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I don't know about HR but on the rigs I have owned I found two parallel runs down both sides of the rig. Look at your current vents and I bet they line up front to back on left and right sides of the rig. If it is like mine, you can cut in vents as long as they are inline with the other vents.

This is assuming that most RVs use similar vent runs.

Hopefully someone can confirm this theory for your rig.
My rig is that way, 2 paralell ducts front to back cut through styrofoam. I know as I had to run new data cables for the AC system.
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