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Old 05-06-2014, 08:52 PM   #1
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I am shopping to buy a fifth wheel unit. Can anyone tell me if any manufacturer produces a model with electric heat, especially radiant floor heat? Or is there such a thing as aqua hot (diesel) heat.
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In a 5th wheel, I doubt you'll find one at a dealers lot anywhere.
Here is a link to Aqua Hot RV Heating Products from Aqua-Hot so it should be possible to retrofit or you may want to go to a high end manufacturer like Forks RV but expect to pay $$$$$
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Excel will install the Cheap Heat electric furnace either in a new order or will retrofit an existing trailer furnace system.
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Thank u for the information. I will follow up
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What is your price range?
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Price range under $100k
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I'm trying to avoid propane altogether
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