We are thinking about adding a second AC unit to our Tracer 3150, putting it in the bunkhouse. We live in Texas and unless it is winter (which is scheduled for a Tuesday in February most years), it is murder hot when we get to the campground. A friend who had a similar bunkhouse said he added one and ran a wire molding to the back wall and had a 15 amp inlet (like this one: https://www.etrailer.com/Merchant2/g...149_4_1000.jpg
) that he plugged in with an extension cord. Most places I go have a 15 amp plug. I'm seeing ac units that run 13 amps. Anyone done this? Seems a lot less hassle than switching out to run 50 amp. Seems a good use of the bunkhouse vent, which I don't use, but have to keep a vent pillow in to keep the boys asleep past sunrise.
Any thoughts? I've seen a 3150 with a second unit but it didn't belong to the person who was camping in it (borrowed from a brother-in-law) so they didn't know anything. Any reason not to do it?