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    Custom install

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    Yea this sweet deal is a true trophy.
    Custom made brackets screwed into the standing seam roof and firmly attached to the shipping crate. Incase you didn't know shipping crates double as awesome bases for an install. Also incase you didn't know you can take the wrap off the unit and cram it and various roof garbage into the chase to seal ER up guud.

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    they could have atleast splurged for some treated cross members under the skid
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    They got what they paid for.
    Psalm 51:10, 12

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    Permit? Nope!!!

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    You guys are wimps. This here unit is earthshake and turnader proof. You can tilt it the other way for ease of service and since it follers tha pitch of the roof it don't get no rain problems. Most people are too dumb to realize units are shipped on a roof pad and you can just setem up as is all extra stuff is cluded.

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    Where I come from, code requires pressure treated pallets and UV stabilized trash. Hell, they even got the tilt wrong. 15 degrees to the right, not the left! Otherwise the flux capacitor will go -88 MPH (I think that will take you ahead to the past, I could be wrong)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldmth44 View Post
    They got what they paid for.
    In it's decade of operation im sure they got their $5 worth haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony3696 View Post
    Where I come from, code requires pressure treated pallets and UV stabilized trash. Hell, they even got the tilt wrong. 15 degrees to the right, not the left! Otherwise the flux capacitor will go -88 MPH (I think that will take you ahead to the past, I could be wrong)
    Uv stabilized trash haha I'm diggin that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freightshaker View Post
    You guys are wimps. This here unit is earthshake and turnader proof. You can tilt it the other way for ease of service and since it follers tha pitch of the roof it don't get no rain problems. Most people are too dumb to realize units are shipped on a roof pad and you can just setem up as is all extra stuff is cluded.
    D:

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    Looks like that condensor is too heavy for that tim roof. Its gonna fall in through and land on a customer.

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    It is plenty strong and then some. Besides if it went through there is too much structure, welders, pipes... it's like a mechanical jungle gym under there. The intake next to it is it's air handler intake. 100% outside air for spot cooling and ventilation to welders. There is many more problems than meet the eye. If you think that looks like it's going to fall I should have taken pictures of the suspended air handlers.

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    He/she should not have bothered taking it out of the box..LOL

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