Originally Posted by Pigman1
--- snip --- About 40-60% of the rear furnace output should be going to the driver side of the wet bay to keep your tanks and plumbing warmer than surroundings. --- snip --.
Hmmm - 40-60% is a lot of air flow. In above freezing temps, that's certainly not a requirement. In below freezing conditions, it is comforting to believe those areas are protected.
Seems like a method of diversion based on current conditions would be a very effective addition to the comfort of the occupied space. Or maybe a method that exhausted cooler but warm air to the wet Bay Area after it had heated the coach environment would be a better engineering design.
Thank you for the insight.