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Old 01-16-2010, 10:24 AM   #15
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Thanks for posting the pics. Being an HVAC man, I think i could do it just using a couple of register sheetmetal boots with flex aluminum hose. Regards.
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Old 01-16-2010, 11:39 AM   #16
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Thanks for posting the pics. Being an HVAC man, I think i could do it just using a couple of register sheetmetal boots with flex aluminum hose. Regards.
Sounds doable. Workhorse did the install for me free of charge after I burned out the rear plug wires. I think Airstream actually paid for it as they made the appointment to have it done. I also installed insulation on the doghouse cover. Made a world of difference in heat and engine noise.
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Sounds doable. Workhorse did the install for me free of charge after I burned out the rear plug wires. I think Airstream actually paid for it as they made the appointment to have it done. I also installed insulation on the doghouse cover. Made a world of difference in heat and engine noise.
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