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Like Christmas when you were a kid?!!?

Right?!?!

I am so excited I may try to install the swivel for the passenger seat tonight. Looks pretty easy. I did order the thingy to make the seat lower, but only on the driver's side. I'll wait until I have help to do that one.
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Steve does it charge off the solar?
No DIRECT connection to solar. It comes with a 110v charger for the lithium battery which I power through my inverter, so not an issue for me.



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I made a metal rectangle with rounded edges. Not sure yet what it will be good for. (picture 1).

I still have some metal left over (picture 2)

(more at http://www.promasterforum.com/forum/...s/62370?page=1)
You could use it to plug that hole in the side of your van. Looks to be about the right size.
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While listening to the baseball game on the radio last night, I cut some low-e (link) from Hein to cover the rear windows when parked and trying to keep the van cooler.

I cut the low-e about 1/4 inch wider than the interior glass. The thickness of the low-e fits perfect inside the window and metal. Nothing needed to secure the shades to the window, just slide it between the glass and metal. I am not sure how thick reflectix is, but I'm sure the same thing works just as well.
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