Enclosed trailer heat

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Im hoping to get my 20’x8’ enclosed insulated soon.
Can any one direct me to a diesel heater to install in it. Keep it warm enough for changing and sleeping in during hunting season or when out riding.
 

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Lavaner diesel heaters are the best for the money. About $650 shipped. Not the cheapest, but way better quality that the cheap ones
 

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Follow the old thread. My heater is still working excellent
 

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I never did get th cheap POS heater I got working. Continually built up air in fuel line between fuel pump and heater
 

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Knock on wood, mine has been working for over 3 years. I had to clean it out this summer as I forgot to set the altimeter to sea level when we went to Stewart this spring.
 

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Knock on wood, mine has been working for over 3 years. I had to clean it out this summer as I forgot to set the altimeter to sea level when we went to Stewart this spring.
Spring sledding in Stewart BC…?

That deserves its own thread..!!!
 
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I never did get th cheap POS heater I got working. Continually built up air in fuel line between fuel pump and heater
Did you replace the fuel lines? I remember reading in the heater thread that some of the cheap chit fuel line they come with allows air to pass through.
 

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Love my Cheap Chinesium Heater. Insulating the 16x7 box this weekend, that will add a ton more comfort and heat recovery, can't wait to get it done.
 
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Ditto. Vevor brand. Going in to season 2 heating my 28' without issue.
I just got the 8kw vector a few days ago. Going to rig it up under a topper I bought to keep my food from freezing and give my dogs some heat when traveling to the cabin in the winter. Tried it in the garage the other night. Those things work great
 

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mine has been perfect so far
6 nights camping in fort steel area hunting the white tails
and its been chilly kept it on low in the 14' trailer and no complaints
 

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My CDH worked better before I insulated my 6x12 enclosed trailer. Shuts down on high temp every now and then, it ran perfect before that.
 

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I just got the 8kw vector a few days ago. Going to rig it up under a topper I bought to keep my food from freezing and give my dogs some heat when traveling to the cabin in the winter. Tried it in the garage the other night. Those things work great
Silly to have to say but do make sure you vent the exhaust. Others haven't and didn't wake up
 
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