Advantages of Aliner Pop-Up Campers | Mount Comfort RV


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Check out the advantages of buying the original Aliner Aframe Pop-Up Camper with Steve Belickis at Mount Comfort RV in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mount Comfort RV is an Authorized Aliner Dealership. We carry all Aliner models. For more information check out our website! http://www.mountcomfortrv.com/default.asp?page=xAllInventory&sq=aliner or give us a call at 1-800-899-6676

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  1. kevin king
    kevin king says:

    Always look under them too. Some are just exposed plywood that's only been treated with a very limited warranty for flooring. Aliner is better underneath. Some manufactures have exposed clear plastic water tanks that looks to me it will break when a stone hits it with no way to mount a new tank if it breaks. Needs metal sheeting for it. A-frames allow for better fuel mileage, and easer to see behind you towing with truck that's a little higher then just a car. My problem is there are no Aliners in my area. But Forest River is all over. They have this floor and clear plastic water tank issue too.

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  2. wayne brown
    wayne brown says:

    From experience that intake on the AC being in the cabinet will make it harder for the AC to blow cold air. It gets real hot down there in that cabinet plus you kind of choke it by having it there with the doors closed. It might keep it cold at night but if you go in that RV during the day and it is 90 out the AC will have a hard time. I had a little guy mypod max with a AC and when I saw it I thought to myself well that will get cold enough to have ice. Well I was wrong I had to open the window and turn on the fantastic fan to get air moving to get the AC to blow cold air. At night I had no problems.

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  3. Frank Roper
    Frank Roper says:

    Nice camper! I was with you until you started talking about the air conditioner! That is the condenser outside. It is called that as when the freon is cycling through the unit it is compressed and goes to the condenser where the fan blows across the coils and removes the heat. The condensation happens on the inside where the evaporator is and the cooling takes place. There is a drain at the bottom of the coils that empties outside.

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  4. stuart Grant
    stuart Grant says:

    YOU NEVER SHOWED THE OTHER END OF THE RV,OR I MISSED SOMETHING YOU MENTIONED S POTTY WHICH I LIKED BUT WILL THE PRPRITERY HAVE A DUMPING PLACE YOU ALSO MENTIONED A SHOWER WEAR WAS IT YOUR VIDEO WAS NOT THAT GREAT NO STOVE OR FRIDGE.I GUESS I MISSED SOMETHING AND HAVE THE SAME QUESTIONS OTHER COMMENTS HAVE .I THING YOU NEED TO SHOW MORE OR A NEW SALES MEN AND NO MENTION OF STARTING PRICE. U TURNED ME OF.LOUSLY SELLING

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  5. Warlock 6
    Warlock 6 says:

    I own a 2007 Aliner Sport, its smaller than this one. It has a two burner stove, a sink with a small 7 gallon water tank, sleeps 2. I usually dont cook in mine, I have a Coleman stove for that. I have a set of solar panels to keep the battery charged. I also changed out all of the lights with LED bulbs to help the battery last longer. These are great little campers.

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  6. Chris Reed
    Chris Reed says:

    Must not be too easy to lift up as you kept grunting when you pushed it up as well as showing the front area!! Surprised since you look soo muscular!! ooohh lala!!!

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  7. David Sullivan
    David Sullivan says:

    HVAC 101. The outside coil in a spit AC unit is called the "condenser", and the inside coil is called an "evaporator". This naming comes from the fact that refrigerant changes phase (from liquid to vapor) in the evaporator coil. When this happens heat is absorbed. Because this coil gets cold, the air passing over the coils drops below the dew point, and moisture (condensate) forms on the coils, which must be drained. In the outside unit, the refrigerant vapor is compressed, which releases heat. (no moisture gathers on this coil) A fan moves air across this coil to force an exchange of heat to the outside air. Thus, your comment about the "Air conditioner being outside" is better, is not based on any science. There is some truth to the fact that it should be easier and cheaper to replace at some future date. This is just because it's all in a nice little box that can be removed and replaced without recovering/recharging the refrigerant, or dealing with refrigerant lines.

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  8. surfandstreamfisher
    surfandstreamfisher says:

    I had an a-frame Jayco with a heat pump, it never worked right. It condensates into the storage box. The design of heat pump sucked!! The wall mounted AC is a much better way to go. As far as that couch converting into a bed I prefer a fixed bed with a real inter spring mattress, which my Jayco had. As far as that couch goes it not comfortable and your head hits the sky light, not a good sitting space.

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  9. dgeorge852
    dgeorge852 says:

    I bought a mid size RV and one year later, I bought an Aliner with the kitchen extension. Simply because there are some campgrounds that only allow either tents or popups. An Aliner is considered as a popup.

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