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Old 05-25-2018, 01:09 PM   #1
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We sure enjoy making modification to our rv's This is my last one to make mods. Getting too old.
I added a Maxxair vent fan in living area and replaced bathroom exhaust fan.
Added a small fan over bed. All are 12 volt.
I changed out 12Volt for two T-105 6 volt golf batteries. The purpose of these mods was for dry camping. If it gets to hot then I purchase a Champion 3100I generator with remote start. Keep in bed or truck locked down. No solar yet.
Small mods, made a shoe cubby in back of bench by main door. Some pick are on my photo album.
Come back with ideas. Love to spend kids inheritance.
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"No solar yet."

I enjoyed the installation of my solar. Running the wires was the most challenging. Other than for AC and microwave you won't need the generator.
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"No solar yet."

I enjoyed the installation of my solar. Running the wires was the most challenging. Other than for AC and microwave you won't need the generator.
How did and where did you run wires
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W, my Winnie TT is a 2101DS...7.5 feet wide. See my gallery for photos of the three 100 watt solar panels on front. Middle panel just fit between vent and AC. After combining the three panels’ wires in a small box (10 gauge to 8 gauge) through roof on driver’s side into over bed storage then down small wardrobe next to bed into pass through storage where controller is. No wires visible from inside...only remote monitor.
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