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Old 02-21-2017, 05:44 PM   #11
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my question on the structure was really more of a surprise that no one mentions that topic - what are your thoughts on what I can expect if I do not pull the sheets and insulate? do you not think I can make up the comfort factor with AC & heat?
Sure just get at least two 15k btu roof mount ac units and a big generator.
Like the rv folks, only you'll need to run em harder.
for heat, you'll just burn a lot more fuel.
Expect a lot more condensation either way.
These buses SWEAT a lot!
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Old 02-21-2017, 09:25 PM   #12
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my question on the structure was really more of a surprise that no one mentions that topic - what are your thoughts on what I can expect if I do not pull the sheets and insulate? do you not think I can make up the comfort factor with AC & heat?
Well, it does get mentioned from time to time. I guess many of us just said something like "meh, I'm worried about insulation, air sealing, and noise more than I'm worried about structural integrity in a rollover."
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