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Old 03-11-2018, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default Any Thoughts on Webasto/Vancouver VAC Combination

I am thinking of having a company install a Webasto Air Top 2000ST and a Vancouver VAC in a new 159 wb Promaster. I welcome any comments about my combination.

The various battery banks, solar and generator discussions have my head spinning that I am thinking of just keeping it simple.

I will purchase a portable AC and plug it in for times when I have shore power available.
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What is a Vancouver VAC?
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https://cicionisprinter.com/promaster/


Low profile ventilation and cooling unit...not a roof top...it is placed in the overhead compartment.
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Old 03-12-2018, 03:45 AM   #4
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So you're looking into installing the standard tie-in evaporator with the cooling ducts in the ceiling? As long as your ok running the engine whenever you want AC it looks fine. Promaster doesn't offer any rear AC do they?

Seems pretty straight forward and simple.

I have the Air Top heater installed under my passenger seat and it heats very well. A little noisy but very efficient.

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