It's likely that you have one of our Zamp Solar, solar ports on the outside of your RV. That solar port is directly connected to the battery and ready for one of our portable solar charging systems. Our portable solar charging systems already have the panels, wires and solar charge controller and carrying case as a complete unit. The battery clamp disconnect to show a male end of the plug to fit into the plug on your RV.
200 Watt of solar is enough for most users with a two battery system. Use this chart
I believe the 8329 is a 35' trailer and it's likely your consumption is about 40 or 50 amps a day - if your an average power user. 200 watts of solar will kick out over 11 amps an hour and on a typical 7 hour sunny day that's around 77 amps. With 200 watts you would have more than enough power if you live in a sunny location without many clouds or trees. In locations with clouds and trees you'll likely still have enough power unless it's really dark and stormy. The good thing with this much power is that if you do experience a few days of little solar power then the days that it is bright it will charge your batteries back up quickly.
It's likely you could replace your generator for the majority of your usage, not counting the AC unit. You could also likely run larger power items like a microwave off the battery for short periods of time too.
Contact me if you have more questions.