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    Another Manufactured home sizing question, with pics.

    What say you experts?
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    Hmm, just saw it was designed for climate zone 2. We are no where near that. Am I on to something?

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    i would say so if its on your end of the globe its way out of whare its designed to be

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    i see the check box for zone 1 do you see somethign that is not in the picture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    i see the check box for zone 1 do you see somethign that is not in the picture?
    Look at the top of the page next to it. Says it's designed for zone 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    i see the check box for zone 1 do you see somethign that is not in the picture?
    I see the 036 in the AC model but cant find that model number anywhere. I am assuming 3 ton, but can someone confirm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adlerberts-Protege View Post
    Hmm, just saw it was designed for climate zone 2. We are no where near that. Am I on to something?
    Climate Zone 2 & Wind Zone 1. Doesn't Man J define the climate zones . In my area a 3 ton would leave you with a very mad homeowner

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    What size would you guys put in matched to what is there now? And the specs the building has?

    EnergyStar sizing chart says that for a manufactured home in my climate zone it would be a 3 ton AC. What say you?

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