Been busy. Like WW, my gen/battery rack hit my rear truck bumper on tight turns so I cut it off to fit the frame, welded on new angle iron plus angle iron for a second battery, and then repainted it.
I also installed a 3000 watt Pure Sine Wave Inverter in the cargo compartment. I don't need that much power (and I don't have the batteries to support it, even with a second one added) but you never know in the future. For now I'll use it to power the TV/120VAC outlets, Tassimo coffee maker, and occasional microwave use when we are off the grid and don't want the genny on. I added a second transfer switch so the system will automatically select between shore power, generator, or inverter. I also installed a relay that shuts down 120 VAC power to the converter, Air Conditioner, refrigerator and hot water heater when on inverter power.
While I had it torn apart I added an LED light for the cargo compartment, with a switch by the door.
Because the inverter needed 4/0 cables and a 400A fuse, the cables were a problem to connect to the batteries, so I added a junction box that has the 400A fuse and all main power connections.
The final installation:
Ready for Sturgis!