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10:01 am
February 20, 2011


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We are considering the 16 RBT…my question is..does anyone have an issue with the air movement to that rear bed???



9:58 pm
February 20, 2011


Minnesota Prairie


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Welcome, Sue!

Just a guess, but aren't there vents or screens sewn into sides to the outside air…..cross ventilation?  I suppose it will be fruitless to run the air cond. when the tents are deployed.  On the hot muggy nights, I need the a/c all the way.


2010 Sportsmen Classic 14RK; 2005 Ford F-150, 5.4L V8; "… is always advisable to perceive clearly our ignorance." Charles Darwin

4:02 pm
February 21, 2011


South Florida


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I own a 16rbt and I live in south florida.  My trailer came equipped with the roof mount 13,500m BTU ac.  I use pop up gizmos solar covers on the tent beds and I have had no problems.  I would strongly advise to get the roof mounted larger ac unit, especially if you plan on camping in the summer or live in a hot, humid climate.  I have no problems with air movement to both beds.  The side mounted unit may create a problem with having only 8,000 btu and being mounted on the side.  If you have any further questions, just ask!  Hope this was helpful.  I enjoy my trailer and have no regrets.  It is very roomy for its size.  My wife and I camp with two large dogs and we always have enough space.

2008 Lincoln Navigator pulling 2011 16RBT

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