Roo Bunk fans
As we almost exclusively boondock, 12v power savings is high on the priority list. I have done all the LED light stuff, inside and out, dual batteries, Espar D4 airtronic heater. One thing that always bugged me was the bunk fans. I didn't like how loud they were, and I was never sure of their power consumption, but I knew they could be better. (Warning, this may be a little low tech for some of you) So I split them open, removed the fan motor, "modified" housing and installed a low amp draw brushless type fan. I compared the two, the original motor would draw 1.1amps, the new, brushless type, 0.3amps. Plus they were quieter all while moving a similar amount of air.
While I was at it, I finally added a fan to the backside of the fridge to move a little more air over the coils to, hopefully, help cool the inside of the fridge better in hot days. I wired it into the gas valve so the fan would only run when needed. Happy (for) now!
Tow Vehicle: '92 F350, Crew Cab, 4X4, Cummins 5.9 24 Valve, 6spd.Driver:Clint, Navigator:Melanie, Entertainment: 3 Boys (24,22,20) and now girlfriends too, 1 dog (Great Pyrenees/Akbash cross). Mission Statement: Just another adventure! Towed vehicle:2009 Roo 19 with lots of mods!