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Old 03-14-2006, 12:04 PM
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Default Cruisair 3500 BTU A/C

Cuddy Cool

The retail price is $1699.

I think I can fit this in my Bullet. Opinions?
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Old 03-14-2006, 01:05 PM
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I would think that you need at least a 5k unit to cool your cabin. Check out the Vector Compact from Marine Air (also made by Dometic). I installed a 7k Vector Compact unit for my 35 Sonic last year, and it is just enough.
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I can get a Zepher 5K BTU A/C for $1200.

Now all I need is a Gen set.
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Looking to see some glass cutters in the bullets.......


Lovely Dianah!!!!!!!
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LOL @ GLH.

BTW. It's "Dinah"
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LOL @ GLH.

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Who cares about the a's.... it's the D's that are important.
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Who cares about the a's.... it's the D's that are important.
She's got 'em!
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Clay, I just had this westerbeke 3.0 installed. It works my a/c and battery charger with no problem! It is really small, and light. Also, you can order it in blue to match the motors. This gen is about $4,000 plus installation. Good luck!
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Westerbake 3.0
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