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Old December 11th, 2016, 11:13 AM
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Espar is in and running well. I originally had it pointed back into the middle row footwell but the old 110 is so drafty I decided to flip it around and point the heat toward the driver footwell. It may get a little warm but I can live with that for now.



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Old December 11th, 2016, 11:21 AM
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Dave how quickly does that air to air unit heat things up ? I have one of the eberspacher ones lying around.
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Old December 11th, 2016, 06:54 PM
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Dave how quickly does that air to air unit heat things up ? I have one of the eberspacher ones lying around.
It is producing a nice flow of considerably hot air in about 3-4 minutes. That includes a one minute startup cycle. With it oriented as I have it, it's quite comfortable very quickly even on a night like tonight below freezing.

I am not sure how long it would take to heat the whole truck.

I'm going to create a YouTube video soon timelapsing a stopwatch and a digital thermometer.
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Nice! Looking forward to see her progress. Import process was a b!tch 'eh? But worth it $? Looking to do the same...

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Finally took the time to switch over the fuse panel to standard ATC fuses. I didn't want to spend the unreasonable amount of money on rear-feed factory fuse blocks so I used a high quality amazon option. It was a little tight and it require removing two posts from within the cover.

Overall, I think this will be a worthwhile upgrade for minimal cost:



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