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Old 12-23-2012, 01:35 PM   #1
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Hi Everyone, we are new members to this forum we have just purchased a 2013 Cedar Creek Silverback 33RL, does anyone have one and our question is do we need the 2nd air conditioner or will the one be enough. Also, how do you like this unit and have you had any problems. We are hoping someone has one and could help us with this decision. Thanks and Merry Christmas to all!!
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Old 12-23-2012, 02:04 PM   #2
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Congrats to your new rig. Regarding the second a/c: a lot depends where you are going to camp. If you are going south into 95+ F areas in the US you may need a second a/c. Definetely if you are staying in the 100 F states.
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Old 12-23-2012, 02:36 PM   #3
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Hi Everyone, we are new members to this forum we have just purchased a 2013 Cedar Creek Silverback 33RL, does anyone have one and our question is do we need the 2nd air conditioner or will the one be enough. Also, how do you like this unit and have you had any problems. We are hoping someone has one and could help us with this decision. Thanks and Merry Christmas to all!!
If you look in the Cedar Creek subforum I believe bluesafire made a post about a new 33rl back in October.

I ditto what flying dutchman said about a second A/C. If you plan to be in the trailer when temperature are 95 F (35 C) you will probably want the second air conditioner.

We have the second A/C on our Silverback and we were quite comfortable camping when the outside temp hit 105 F (41 C). Here in Missouri summers can be quite brutal.
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Second AC is a great investment. I will not own another 5th wheel without it
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Old 01-14-2013, 05:22 AM   #6
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Like everyone else has said it depends on where you plan on going in the summer. I find that the second ac (bedroom) is only used to cool your camper down. Even though I have one its not used when sleeping due to the loud noise it makes . During the day when it gets over 90 I turn it on, but then again if you camp with only 30amp service it requires good electric management.

I have a cardinal one above the cedar creek I beleive they are both some whta the same. I feel the construction etc. is well above others. Yes you will have some problems that need fixed, but far less than others.
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