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Old 07-10-2016, 04:26 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by RailwayRog View Post
I managed to squeeze mine in behind the power panel and wired it so both shore power and generator power run through it.
I could only get two 100 watt solar panels on my roof.
Thanks for that information. The roof real-estate is very limited. I could manage with two 100 watt panels if necessary. I would run a deficit each day which could be balanced when I hook up to shore power, or with the generator, if necessary. With Sprinter's limited resources it will be difficult to boondock more than a week, especially since the wife won't go too primitive. My budget already includes periodic full-hookup camping to dump, refill, recharge, and splurge.

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