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I think it depends on the insulation package. I had a Ultimate Freedom with a cold weather package. The basement AC worked as well as any 2 roof air units if have seen. Good windows and good walls are a plus in any unit with any type AC.



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the Luxor turned into the Ultimate Freedom. Mine has the cold weather package. Double pane windows, more insulation. Never thought of that helping keep it cool.
 
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Never thought of that helping keep it cool.


Why not?



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I have a 2001 36' Itasca Horizon, same as Journey, with basement air. I added a 13,500 roof AC where the kitchen vent fan was. I was able to use the wiring that ran the fan (14 gauge) and plug the AC into the washer/dryer outlet. Not optimum wire gauge for my taste, but worked and has never given any issues. It made a big difference and we would run only it in milder weather until we went to bed for the back bedroom needing cooling. The ducting on mine was leaking when I got it. It is a little tricky to get into that area and seal it, but is doable. I also have a Haulmark motorhome that had 2 roof airs, I added another to it this past winter as well. In Texas there is no such thing as too much cooling...as long as the generator can handle it.
 
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