following the short previous posts, i need to supply 2 lines 1 from chassis and 1 from house back over nice and neat, to supply the circuit breaker blocks they had for generator-jacks etc. then i'll be back and next is 4way smart converter/charger to replace the 35year old original. It btw is STILL working but it doesn't have the needed functions for a modern system. then solar array.

I am going to do the Renogy 200w setup, this current system will give me 225ah useable and the system total is 450ah. 

Next is then to add the 30amp auto transfer switch and upgrade the current inverter (current is 1500w cobra).

then redo the cable bundle from front to rear to protect it from chewing and redo the panels.

then we can move to finishing roof and do u-joints and carrier bearing and air bags finished front and rear.

I will try to keep video's up and such but I currently have alot of trouble trying to manage the cheap knockoff camera and no tripod etc, bare with me please...

Keep on traveling guys and gals!

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Comment by John E. Meyer Jr. on December 5, 2016 at 8:32pm

Yes Lakota, the Isolator is in and it in top left corner of cabinet. a Must in my book. thank you by the way..

Comment by Lakota Wolf on December 5, 2016 at 8:24pm

Sounds like you have a great game plan,,, looking and sounding great already... Are you isolating your Engine battery (s) from the house batteries? Or are you combining them? If your combining them, are you putting in a battery isololator? They come in handy while traveling,, letting your alternator keep the engine battery and the house batteries charged. Anywho, I assume you have that situation under control,, and again,, L@@king good.

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