Yes , proly true .... damaged rheobus . I will hard wire the condenser fans as u suggest . True , almost can't draw to much air thru the condenser . Should give the rheobus some relief as well .
Thanks on the sleeving . Lol , yes .... sticky pads with zip tie slots secured to the roof of the case is the plan . Left plenty of slack for roof removal and cut zip ties off if any repair is ever needed .
FREAKIN ran out of sleeving
. Looks like no snow tomorrow:( Ordered some more today . 100 ft. of each color . I want to pimp a bit on the Classy board as well so never to much sleeving on hand .
The cap tube from the filter / dryer to the suction line is a bit snug and yes , I knew to leave the slack but I just did not have it as all the slack is at the evap end of the suction line . Will do better next time or this time if I am forced to dis assemble. "Holds breath" .
How will trimming 1" off the inlet of filter / dryer make more space to the capacitor
The filter is no ware near the capacitor ? Yes, for sure on the extra 2" loop in the cap tube for vibration if it comes to that but failing to see how trimming the filter dryer input has relevance here . As stated previously .... we would also rework the low side " T" if it became a problem as well . If either the cap or the "T" becomes an issue , both would be done at the same time .
I'm real pleased the wiring turned out well the first go around . That can turn into quite the night mare if you have to start chasing wires running all over the place .
All in all having fun and am getting a bit impatient for the charge ! Oh well .. still a way's to go. .
Hangin in for the long haul !