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  • #16
    Well, it is officially 103 deg here with full, blazing unobstructed sun on the roof at 3PM. It is a comfy 77.8 deg in the trailer, as measured with my laser thermometer (and we have been running the fan on low all day). I am very impressed with this upgrade for Furrion. I think I'll keep it.
    Mike and Karen
    2021 2600RB
    2011 Tundra 5.7 DC

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    • #17
      Originally posted by AZMike View Post
      QUOTE=TNFSolitude;n91377]What air filter did you use?
      I used these, cut to fit. I had to make sure to order a filter that was thin enough. It is working very well.

      https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QTJNYJG...roduct_details[/QUOTE]

      Just arrived and they seem quite a bit thicker than what's here. Does the a/c fan move air ok? I don't want to over work the fan motor.
      What's been your experience?
      Thanks, TomF

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      • #18
        [/QUOTE]Just arrived and they seem quite a bit thicker than what's here. Does the a/c fan move air ok? I don't want to over work the fan motor.
        What's been your experience?
        Thanks, TomF
        [/QUOTE]

        I am very impressed with the filter. Read Post #16 (the one above your post). The air flow does not seem to be restricted at all. I vacuumed today it for the first time since I installed it. It caught a lot of dust.
        Mike and Karen
        2021 2600RB
        2011 Tundra 5.7 DC

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