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Old 11-08-2010, 04:18 PM   #29
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Now THAT's one nice looking retrofit.

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Holy moly Rick...I own a Bounder. $4300 is a little out of my league. Actually its not in my league, its a whole different sport. I appreciate the link however and what a nice job they did. I have enough battery power and a pure sine wave inverter to power a rr.

They never said what rr they installed and they did have to do some cabinet work. Thanks again rick.
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Hey Jim

I hear Ya on the $$$$ Just like most things!!! It can be "done" Just how much do you want to spend???

The new Fridge is a Whirlpool in a '06 Allegro Bus.

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I hear Ya on the $$$$ Just like most things!!! It can be "done" Just how much do you want to spend???

The new Fridge is a Whirlpool in a '06 Allegro Bus.

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This is more my style and/or affordablilty...

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Yea

Difference between DIY and pay for Labour likely about $1500.00!!!!!


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Since many residential refrigerators use heat exchanger coils attached to the inside of the box's exterior walls, those walls then require sufficient airflow for cooling - just as the Dometic and Norcold refrigerators do with their open and exposed rear coils. Looks like the "perfect fit" of his setup doesn't allow very much air movement and cooling to refrigerator walls due to close proximity to adjoining walls - so would be interested in hearing how in real-world use, the new refrigerator maintains freezer and main box temps - especially in hotter summer 100 degree days.

Might be a decent setup if you spend all your RVing time in full-service CG's and resorts - but a sure fire battery killer in situations where shore power isn't available - and it takes LOTS of generator time to properly cycle a refrigerator for proper operation and cooling.
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