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New install Looking too add another AC unit to my Bighorn RV. Is the vent opening in the bedroom the correct rough opening for the unit. Can the new unit be tied into the existing duct work and is there already wiring in this area.

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Rv a/c's are designed to fit in the vents you should have no problem but you will have to get power up to the unit

Posted on Jun 03, 2009

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