Well, I did part of the install this past weekend. I decided to use the small space down by the main access hatch for the fridge to mount the fans. I fabricated a piece of aluminum that fit against the back of the fridge and drilled mounting holes for the 2 fans. I then used 2 of these on each bolt to mount the fans to the plate:
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These really are very soft, sticky rubber and seemed to do a pretty good job of isolating the vibrations, but the fans just generate noise on their own without passing on the vibrations so the system is not completely silent, but I think it's livable. I then used contact cement to glue the plate to the foam back of the fridge and it seemed to stick OK over our 3 hour drive.
I plugged the solar panels in and just left them on the ground for a while to see how things worked. When the sun was directly on the panels the fans run fast and create an interesting amount of noise, but it's steady and quieter than the DC converter fan (which kicks on if I turn on 3 interior lights). Much of the time the solar panels were shaded from direct sunlight but still had plenty of ambient light. The fans were totally silent at this point and while they didn't move nearly as much air as at high speed, they were definitely consistently moving air across the coils and I expect/hope it will be sufficient to make the needed difference. If the fridge is getting hit by direct sun they will be on high and when shaded, hopefully the lower speed is sufficient.
I'll do the install of the solar panels in a week or two and keep an eye on how things go with the fridge over the rest of the summer. Hopefully it all works well. Let me know if you have any ideas.