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  1. Promaster Builds and Conversions
    Hey everyone! New to this and the forum. We installed our 4 100 watt solar panels yesterday directly on the roof with the VHB tape and self tapping screws. Problem is, some screws are loose. A little baffled by this since some tightened just fine. We used the self tapping 1 1/4 inch screws for...
  2. Promaster Vehicle Sales
    450 watts of solar , 2000 watt magnum inverter , 2 lion energy lithium bats , full Sundazer DC fridge , Olympian heater , full sink , fresh and greywater removable jugs , floating aluminum bed ,
  3. Promaster Builds and Conversions
    Looking at installing two 200 watt panels-- what do people think about Renogy vs NewPowa? Newpowa is less $$, but many seem to swear by Renogy.
  4. Promaster Builds and Conversions
    Does anyone have a favorite solution for a roof rack to hold solar panels? Does it depend on the type of panels? Looking for a easy/universal option. Thanks!
  5. Appearance and Body
    I have a bit of a dilemma. Based on some of the wisdom of this forum I opted to install my solar panels with the dead simple, stick it and screw it method. No roof rack, just 4 panels with Z brackets held down by VHB tape and screws, then sealed with lap sealant. After the sealant had set, I...
  6. Promaster General Discussion Forum
    My van is a 3500 PM 159" Extended high top (my apologies if that is redundant--not sure if the 3500 indicates that it's extended, high top, etc.) Has anyone out there considered options other than the roof for solar panel placement? I have the Renogy 400 Watt Monocrystalline Starter Kit however...
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