A: I am not familiar with Mr. Cool, I assume it is a newer private label brand. I looked at the dimensional data in the instructions for one of their two-ton units. And from what I saw it should work.
A: The answer to your question is that Rectorseal has changed the design slightly and I have been remis in updating the pictures due to the poor resolution of the ones I received. I am sorry for the inconvenience. Your question has been a reminder and I will get back on it. So, thank you. To make sure you have an accurate understanding of the product I went to the warehouse, and grabbed one and opened it up. The current version of the product is the one that is in the primary picture; the one without the AC condenser mounted. In that image the unit appears to me to be steel colored. I would describe the color as off white, almond, or biscuit. Lastly, I have loaded a new image, just received. It has better resolution. It should populate the product shortly. Again, thanks for the question.
A: Please scroll down the Home Depot product listing page to the section entitled Additional Resources. There you will find PDF’s of the product documents. If you open the Instructions / Assembly it calls out the four rubber mounts located at the four condenser attachment points.
A: If you scroll down the Home Depot product listing page you will find a section labeled “Info and Guides”. There you will find PDF’s of the product documents. If you open the one labeled specification sheet it contains an illustration of the bracket. Based on that and the measurements of your specific condenser you can determine the distance between the back of your condenser and the wall if you use this bracket. As condenser dimensions are not standardized I cannot give you a definitive answer. You would need to calculate based on your specific equipment.