Just now seeing there are more replies!
RDinNHandAZ are you RNA?
You (RNA) got quite the number of electrical components for the monies!
Guess what I'm going to google next-how many amps can a normal alternator put into
my single AGM house battery in 4-6 hours of driving.
Logically the solar panel kicks in when we're parked/boondocking/camping.
p.s. we have the normal alternator.
Also we do plan to get our hands dirty on the simple stuff like insulating post windows/fans and running the wires for the AC plug ins and DC connects.
I even think we can layout our electrical cabinet but will surely get the nod of approval by someone who has at least change out a wall outlet before we
go full power on.
On a side topic, googling here for Webasto gasoline installs for next fall/winter...and this is electrical related because when we are running wires everywhere
we need to get a DC connection to under the passenger seat....well googling I found our area is rich, rich I tell you will big truck repair shops. Thanks to a poster
here I went to Webasto's site and entered big truck/heating....so I might be able to get a semi-local Webasto install.
Now one last question on panels please.
We want an air gap under them for cooling correct?
But we dont want them 10 feet off the roof for wind.
Just looking at images here and Gary's build site, it looks like the L brackets place the panes 1-2 inches off the roof.