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Old 08-03-2014, 01:09 PM   #21
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That's precisely what I was imagining stu, the stick on kind of panel that will fly with the contour of the roof with no worry about wind damage. I will defiantly keep that one in mind. That's for the info. I am very happy with my Roo 233s as there is plenty of room for the 5 of us and the dog. They only thing to look out for if counter top space. Something we figured we would get over but when cooking a good meal, it's defiantly missed.

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Old 08-03-2014, 02:10 PM   #22
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I have 1 - 123 watt panel charging 2 Interstate 6 v golf cart batteries for my 35 ft Salem Hemisphere. It works like a dream. We have a Honda EU 2000 genny but only start it to operate the microwave, toaster, hair dryer, etc. On a weekend trip we probably use the generator for a total of 15 minutes. I live in Newfoundland & mainly visit a lovely park which is unserviced but an very happy due to solar power.

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