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Old 08-02-2016, 08:15 PM   #1
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I am in the throws of purchasing 13.5 Atwood unit. My thought was to install in rear. Now the question. Does it make sense to do this or ?

1. Buy 15 Atwood for front and move current 13.5 to rear
2. Buy 13.5 Atwood and install in front moving current to rear
3. Easy way / just install new in rear

Looking for a common sense answer/

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Are you going to also change generator and service to 50 amp? If not buy the bigger ac and replace , move small to rear and wire for separate 20 amp feed, plug in separately at pedestal.
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I installed a Coleman 11500 in bedroom, you can hang meat in there. 13500 is too big


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I'm going to convert to 50 Amp serv/ not hard to do. Appreciate help.
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