<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by bill j:
John, if you keep up posting these Mods, my wife won't let me read your posts anymore. (Keep up the good work, I'll check when she's not looking). By the way, did you ever relocate your echo charger in the front compartment? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Bill - the Echo~Charge is very happy in the orignal mounting location. BTW, the chassis baatteries have never dropped below 13 volts (I do need to check the battery water though.) The Xantrex R200 inverter has performed admirably for all of the recent 2,000mile trip. It was powering the Tivo, refrig, laptop, microwave, etc. Even when switching back and forth from shore power, no digital clock misses a beat thanks to the fast transfer.
I recentled emailed your wife and suggested now that the grass has stopped growing, you would be freed up for RV projects
<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Jeanne M.:
Very nice John!!! Now...if you will just do some brainstorming and figure out how to find room for and install a glovebox on the co-pilot's side, that Itasca somehow didn't think to put in the dash, for those of us that need a place to store stuff during our stay in the co-pilot seat! Go figure! </div></BLOCKQUOTE>It would be nice to have a little cubbyhole or something like that. Actually you have given me an idea
On the boat we used to have, we had a very similar space issue - too much stuff and not enough room to store it in a handy place. I might do a canvas bag with pockets that hangs down from the dash for glasses, cell phone, map, paper/pencil.
When the co-pilot seat is all the way back, my feet want to rest on the dash. There is not quite enough room for my short legs to clear the dash ith the foot rest up. I might combine a dash protector with a storage bag. This will be a winter project!