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      You can’t pull wire through elbows in pvc, they make sweeps for that and don’t use the pvc water pipe use pve conduit! Better use flex conduit. http://www.homedepot.com/p/1-2-in-x-25-ft-ENT-Coil-Blue-12005-025/100569078

      Some cabinets have backs and others use the van side. Your choice.

      The wiring is series. Many avoid it partly for the reason you mentioned. I wonder why you need 48 volts? Perhaps you plan to run a golf cart around the campsites?

      Learn to scribe and cope a cabinet to the wall. Its easy. I like wood and just bought a Kobalt folding table saw after 50 years with powermatic and Delta cast Iron. Some have done 80/20 here, look at some build threads.
       
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      Extend the Red wire to positive source at your fuse box after a simple switch in that wire. Extend the Black wire to your ground Buss bar or to a ground on the chassis. Use 14 gauge wire bought in red and black to avoid confusion. If you have a long run put it in smurf tube.
      See:
      https://www.amazon.com/HOTSYSTEM-Ro...id=1501004340&sr=8-10&keywords=12+volt+switch
      https://www.amazon.com/GAUGE-GROUND...4522&sr=1-2&keywords=14+gauge+automotive+wire
      http://www.homedepot.com/p/1-2-in-x...PIPHorizontal1_rr-_-202765924-_-100569078-_-N
      H-D would have the wire too!
       
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      Thanks RD. Some of the spots I threaded there through might be too small for the 1/2" Smurf Tube so I'l look for another route. I like the idea of having some protection for the wire. I'm not going to have an extensive wiring layout since I'll be using the Kodiak generator for my power. Thanks again I didn't even know this product existed. The cut up inner tube I was using worked fairly well but I don't think it would stand the test of time.
       
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