Originally Posted by Mhorowitz
I just got a Freelander 28 QB Ltd. There are two things that I am looking at adding/modifying and wonder if others have done either/both of these.
First, the floor vent in the bedroom has very little flow and it looks like it is a 2.5 " duct, while the head compartment is a full 4" vent. Would like to swap the duct work but not sure about access to feed a duct to the floor vent, and it also looks like the floor vent has a reducer of some sort on it to match the 2.5 inch hose, wondering about how to replace that.
I also would like to put in an inverter to run 120 volt outlets and microwave off grid without needing to power up generator. Another part of this solution might be replacing TV/DVD with 12 volt integrated unit like one from Naxa which I have in my boat.
Any experiences or suggestions would be appreciated.
I added an 1800 watt inverter to my motorhome as part of the purchase deal. The dealer installed it and I know it took some time since they had to move other items to install it. It is located in a basement compartment, one that previously had 110V outlets and coax cable access, which was moved to a forward compartment at the front of the coach.
The inverter is wired to some outlets but not all. It certainly can be done, but I didn't do it myself and can't help with the technical side. If I had a redo though I would go for higher rated unit, 2400 watts or so.
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