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Old 05-13-2015, 11:41 PM   #1
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Hi all I am new to the community. My name is Jim and the wife and I went from a truck camper to a class c motorhome. We sold the class c years ago and did not do any rving for years now. We are both retired and now looking to buy a TT. I do want to ask since we are in the looking stage and we really like the 2016 Wind River 250rlsw and wondering if anyone has one or another Wind River model as we are in Ca. and are worried about the 1 ac being enough ducted to the bedroom on the 100+ hot days. If anyone has some input it would be much appreciated. Thanks and look forward to the forums.. Jim
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Welcome to the site!
If you look under forums there is a section for TT that may get a better response to your particular question.
It would seem that one could not have "too much" ac, only "too little " ac.
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Old 05-18-2015, 01:02 PM   #8
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Hi all I am new to the community. My name is Jim and the wife and I went from a truck camper to a class c motorhome. We sold the class c years ago and did not do any rving for years now. We are both retired and now looking to buy a TT. I do want to ask since we are in the looking stage and we really like the 2016 Wind River 250rlsw and wondering if anyone has one or another Wind River model as we are in Ca. and are worried about the 1 ac being enough ducted to the bedroom on the 100+ hot days. If anyone has some input it would be much appreciated. Thanks and look forward to the forums.. Jim
Thats enough along the coast but one isnt if your inland werte it gets hot
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With your heading of "Hello Everyone" I don't think you'll get the response you want on the Wind River trailer.

Many people don't read through all the posts. They just look at the heading to see if it's of interest.

You might want to post in the travel trailer section and do your heading as "Wind River Trailer".

By the way, "Hello".
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