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Old 07-17-2018, 09:44 PM   #1
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Looking for A/C, water heater, awning for my 1991 T-2050.
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I have sold a bunch of camper stuff on ebay since 2002 and bought some too so that is where I would look first. You can buy new or used depending on how well the seller rates and how well they write up their descriptions. Do you have the original a/c, water heater and awning to based size and specs off? Pics would help too as I don't know what a 2050 looks like off the top of my head.
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no original AC, just receptacle for it...
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no original AC, just receptacle for it...
That should be fairly easy to add then, you need a non-ducted A/C. You can buy any non-ducted A/C unit, personally I'd try to go with something as new as you can. You don't want to risk an older one that may have a frozen compressor or something else going bad. RV A/C units aren't very serviceable, so you basically have to replace the whole unit if something goes bad.

They are easy to add to your trailer if you have all the parts, remove the center roof vent near that receptacle. You may have to cut the hole a little larger, I'm not sure.

One of the RV surplus places would be a good start for finding one, such as Bontrager's RV Surplus in White Pigeon, MI.

They are also good sources for water heaters and awnings as well.
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