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Old 09-14-2014, 09:51 PM   #1
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Just bought this 17 ft TT. Has no air ,but book says it was an option . Any info on if / how to install one would be appreciated. Also has no awning and do not see a spare tire . Where to get these....Camper's world ,or on line ? Tina
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Old 09-15-2014, 04:31 PM   #2
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The front vent is all ready to go the vent needs to be removed and the A/C put in place there should be a blank wall plate in the cealing that is for the A/C wiring and there are holes in the frame work to get the wiring thru. It really isn't a bad job. If you are close to a Camping World then yeah otherwise on line is good also for parts shop around.
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Christine An,

Welcome to the forum. Here is one link from the archives of one thread one ac installs. There are others. At top of page is a file tab and forum tab buttons. they can lead you toward all kinds of useful data.

http://www.sunlineclub.com/forums/f6...85-a-14750.htm

Some people op for a bag awning for a trailer that didn't come with a complete awning and metal framework, esp. the smaller trailers like yours and also like my T-1550. Bag awnings are less costly.

Read through some of the archive treads and you will learn a lot about most any aspect of your trailer.

Enjoy.
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Thanks for the info . My husband got everything working on this camper that has been just sitting for years. Of course had to buy some new stuff, but mostly minor .Can't wait to hit the road with it and maybe run into some other Sunline owners.
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