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Old 04-15-2016, 03:29 AM   #21
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also the deeper the penetration of a \skill saw/circular saw blade, therefore the need to run the edge of the blade just beyond the thickness of the skirt only...... using a small fraction of the big blade. unless your cutting the braces out also. then drop it to the bottom and hog away ! imo.
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Old 04-15-2016, 07:36 AM   #22
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also the deeper the penetration of a \skill saw/circular saw blade, therefore the need to run the edge of the blade just beyond the thickness of the skirt only...... using a small fraction of the big blade. unless your cutting the braces out also. then drop it to the bottom and hog away ! imo.
if I end up going the skirt way it looks like my condenser will fit without taking out any braces.. imn fact if it requires brace cutting i'll go in a different method.. as I may do anyway.. i'll know more once I get the spec sheets on the undermount condensers..

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Christopher - please tell us (OK, tell me) more about your air conditioning setup. I won't have a bus for a couple of years so I'm in no hurry. But I am certainly curious about how you're going about this. Might be best to start another thread about it, though, so folks can find it later.

I'm thinking my budget will permit a five-gallon bucket, a fountain pump, some straw, and a computer fan. But I would love to check out other options.
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