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Old 09-07-2008, 06:43 PM
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Sounds like this might be something interesting. One thing it definitely needs is the help of a marketing consultant- or a buddy with the facts, figures, and pictures..

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Sounds like this might be something interesting. One thing it definitely needs is the help of a marketing consultant- or a buddy with the facts, figures, and pictures..

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And the ability to read the manuals on line like the web site states.
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Sounds like this might be something interesting. One thing it definitely needs is the help of a marketing consultant- or a buddy with the facts, figures, and pictures..

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That is for sure....

At that cost you would think they would have a whole lot more info on their site to help people learn about the product in order to make an informative buying decision. Pics of different boats & installations, Answers to most common questions about the units & installation, boat show schedules where you can visit them at a booth and speak first hand. Just my .02
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40 amp charger "should keep the batteries up"? so two group 27 gel batteries are going to supply 40 amps for 8 to 10 hrs?
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The start of this thread was in 2003 but the 2nd page (2008) they are only $670-$935??

http://www.coldmarineair.com/catalog.htm
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Those are for very small systems. The 4000btu is $2300 and 6000btu unit is $2750.
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Those are for very small systems. The 4000btu is $2300 and 6000btu unit is $2750.
Thanks I have no clue how many BTUs would be needed to cool or heat a boat. I know my window unit in my living room is 8000 and that cools down a 24x12 room pretty good.
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Thanks I have no clue how many BTUs would be needed to cool or heat a boat. I know my window unit in my living room is 8000 and that cools down a 24x12 room pretty good.
Yes, in a well insulated home. In a boat a 2500 BTU unit might cool a Top Gun bathroom.
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