Coleman-Mach 8 Cub Air Conditioner, Arctic White Shroud

Catalog Item # 72717

Standing only 8 1/4" tall, the Coleman-Mach 8 Cub has the lowest profile in the industry, offering less drag and improved fuel efficiency.

With two motors, the Mach 8 Cub delivers the same BTUs of cooling on both high and low speed operation. It offers the highest air flow delivery on high speed and ultra quiet operation on low speed for night time cooling. Industry exclusive molded one-piece fiberglass base pan provides excellent durability with reduced weight.

  • Electrical rating 115 volt 60 Hz 1 phase
  • Nominal BTU cooling capacity 9200
  • Nominal BTU heating capacity (with optional heat assembly) 6000
  • Charged with eco-friendly R-410A refrigerant
  • Locked rotor cooling amps – 58.4
  • Running watts cooling (80ºF)—1270
  • Running watts cooling (100ºF)—1550
  • Running watts heating with optional heater assembly—1748
  • Approximate full load amps cooling—11.2-11.7
  • Approximate full load amps heating with optional heater assembly—15.2
  • Evaporator air delivery (high speed) 300 cu. ft. per minute (CFM)
  • Unit weight 87 lbs. (without ceiling assembly)

  • If this is a replacement for a Polar Series model in a top down mount application, consult your OEM for possible modification requirements.
  • Technical Specifications

    105 lbs.

    Exterior shroud 8.25"H x 28.40"W x 41.10"L

    Interior shroud 2.2"D x 19.9"W x 20.1"L

    Fits standard 14" x 14" roof opening

    by Anonymous – March 13, 2017
    Manufacturer warranty is 2 years.
    by Camping World – March 14, 2017
    by Anonymous – June 10, 2016
    No, the Mach 8 Cub(9,200 BTU) is only available with a White shroud. However, the 13,500 BTU Mach 8 is available in Black which is listed as SKU#70455.
    by Camping World – June 10, 2016
    by Anonymous – October 31, 2015
    Can I install this unit?
    Since this is a 9,200 BTU model, yes a 2000 watt generator is capable of turning over and running this air conditioner. Though with a lower output generator like a 2000 watt, will likely require all other devices to be turned off before starting the A/C to ensure maximum power capability. While a professional is recommended, a rooftop A/C can be self installed. Installation Manual Operation and Maintenance Instructions
    by Camping World – January 04, 2016

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