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    Need cheap 2 ton ductless with 140ft lineset run

    I need to find a cheap ductless 2 ton and lineset needs to be able to run 140ft I'm talking goodman not mitushubishi hear customer is cheap what product would you guys recommend I offer and install?

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    GREE

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    What's that?

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    Does anyone know of a ductless that can have lineset runs over 140 ft comfortstar says 100 ft and goodman is 50ft I need 140ft min can't find a ductless except mitubushi which customer is against.
    What product do you guys say I use??

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    I don't think you will find a "cheap" system that will work properly with long refrigerant lines.

    I believe you will need something like a Daikin Sky Air, or other manufacturers equivalent.
    The Sky Air allows refrigerant line lengths of up to 230', and a vertical separation of up to 164'.
    They are not cheap though...
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    They are comparable to a mitubushi slim I'm guessing ?

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    Fujitsu system24RLXFW . 164' total combined length. Not cheap but you get what you pay for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by #1CDNTECH View Post
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    They are comparable to a mitubushi slim I'm guessing ?
    No, the Daikin Sky Air system is a commercial ductless or ducted split
    http://www.daikinac.com/commercial/p...oducts&page=56


    I don't know of any of the typical residentil minisplit split systems that can handle the refrigerant line length you are looking at.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Good and Cheap!!!


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    you ONLY get 2 out of the 3!!!!!!!!!!!


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    What was the price you got on the mits 2 ton cause I know what I pay and I've priced other brands and there's not to much out there I've found cheaper by more than a couple hundred bucks at the most
    For some reason I learn more with my mouth shut

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    don't state pricing on the public forums...
    The TRUE highest cost system is the system not installed properly...
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    A 2 ton 13 SEER Daikin Sky Air heat pump, with wall mount air handler, and their really nice "Navigation controller" wall mount thermostat, costs close to twice as much as a regular Daikin 2 ton 14 SEER ductless split heat pump.

    Something to keep in mind with the commercial type ductless splits is that the indoor unit needs its own power supply, there is only a 2 wire communication line between the indoor and outdoor units.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Panasonic (used to be Sanyo) has a 2 ton that will go 165'

    Fujitsu has a 2.5 ton that will go 164'

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