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    Does anyone work on marine A/C ,and if so where can I find more information on it.

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    Originally posted by doty
    Does anyone work on marine A/C ,and if so where can I find more information on it.

    Do you mean like boats or ships?
    Len
    Old snipes don't die they just loose their steam

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    Allright thankyou.
    Yes boats in the 25-80 range I dont want to get tied up in a complex zoned system.

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    I used to own a boat.

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    A boat is a hole in the water in which you throw money and it never fills in.

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    a wnat my share

    A boat is great if you can afford it. Really afford it.
    I went and looked at the A/C on a 97 model 36 foot cabin cruiser today. Theres alot of money floating around the docks.and if anyone knows about the companys that make these units I would like to know the Brand names.

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    Marine A/C

    The following manufacture Marine A/C systems:
    Cruisair- 804-746-1313
    Marine Air - 954-973-2477
    Flagship Marine - 800-316-6426

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