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    Trane xv95

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    Went from 100,000 to 2 stage 60,000. Has to replace most duct work, the trunk in front was 2 6" round feeding a 8x16 duct with 5 6" round take offs. Also installed evap for future use. The worst job I did for awhile, all the old duct was garbage and sucked connecting to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
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    Went from 100,000 to 2 stage 60,000. Has to replace most duct work, the trunk in front was 2 6" round feeding a 8x16 duct with 5 6" round take offs. Also installed evap for future use. The worst job I did for awhile, all the old duct was garbage and sucked connecting to.
    There's a 60 MBH XV 95 in my basement. Good unit.

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    We haven't had a single callback on trane units so far, they are nice.

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    Nice job!! XV95 and CleanEffects....

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