Model: Van 4x4
Engine Size: 2.2?
Refrigerant Type: ?
Country of Origin: United States
Greetings. Obviously new here. Here's the deal. I'm buying an 87 Toyota Van 4x4 for my weekend trips to Moab this spring. I'm over the days of sleeping in the tent and figured I would graduate to a vanagan/camper. I mostly spend my time in Moab in spring and fall. My goal is to be able to bring my dog and have him sleep comfortably in the van while I spend a couple of hours on the mtn. bike. Is there any ideas here how to keep the vehicle cool so he wouldn't turn into a dog-kabob? Is so, what am I looking at financially? All help is appreciated.
Cheapest way is to get a window unit from home deport and a small Honda generator. Your not going to want the Toyota running all day just to cool the puppy.
Now to the more important stuff.
17 inch El Rey Fluid110 and a bunch of other goodies. I'm a fat dude working on getting better and a goal is Moab!
I will second the generator / 110v airconditioner, with one additional point...
Window shakers ar made for mounting in homes. You may experience a somewhat shorter life mounting that unit in a 4x4, and the windows in most RV's are not strong enough to support such a unit while driving off-road.
I would recomend a roof mount A/C intended for mobile service. You can plug it in when parked in places that have 110v service available, and deploy the genset when you are off-grid. Simple & effecient.
Bike appears ok, but seems to be lacking motor mounts. Will this be over 250 cc's when complete?
"Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act of depriving a whole nation of arms, as the blackest."
~ Mahatma Gandhi, Gandhi, An Autobiography, M. K. Gandhi, page 446.
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