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Are you talking about a plug-and-play Air Conditioning set-up here?Ok gentlemen here"s what I have planned, I am going to install a pop up camper on the pig, also im planning on making a full cage enclosier that drops down 4 a walk around deck with handrails. . so heres my question as of right now Im looking for a voltage reducer that I can take the 24v system on my truck as it sets and charge 7-8 large deep cycle batteries. the reason 4 this is cost of gen sets and space requirements there in. I need to be able to run the roof air all day n part of the night on said battery setup, " I like to keep things quiet also." Im not exactly shure of the way to go here, I had pondered going to a cnc shop and having a bracket built to install a 100 amp gm alternator which would eliminate the need for the voltage reducer, but I want to keep the engine bay as stock as possible.. also I would really not want to have to idle the truck for hours at a time either... I am not electrically as savy as most of you here are and I may be going in a totally wrong direction with the power supply issue I planned on using a large dc/ac converter to run total 110 ac into the campers already there "plug in".
Wonder if the set-up would work for a Deuce:The roof air on a pop up camper, not for the truck... It will be on the camper and will be 120v ac electric for the purpose of cooling the inside of the camper when setup.
Wonder if the set-up would work for a Deuce:
- other approaches (Deuce A/C) seem a little trouble
Any manufacturer/model no. or anything?
I probably wasn't too clear here: I meant the package A/C unit (for air-conditioning); any specs tuff-truck?
well i was planning on using a set of max pro wheels on it but ran into a snag...... bolt patern is right but the air fill valve is on the wrong side on the rear, can fix this but the max pro wheels are way way to thick and im having issues getting a spacer made for the rear end and also finding wheel studs that are long enough in the front and rear....Nice rig tufftruckguy. i just picked up a 1017A a couple of weeks ago and so far very happy with it.
may i ask what sort of wheels you used for your single set up?
Sorry to hear your health news here, and certainly hope all proves fine.albeit a probably fleeting idea but im thinking in the near future I may put the pig up 4 sale or trade or something, No I dont want to but im having heart issues and unless they clear up the wife may inherrit it lol
good to know. thanks. if i figure out an easy way for singles, i will post.well i was planning on using a set of max pro wheels on it but ran into a snag...... bolt patern is right but the air fill valve is on the wrong side on the rear, can fix this but the max pro wheels are way way to thick and im having issues getting a spacer made for the rear end and also finding wheel studs that are long enough in the front and rear....
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