I already have some lap Sealant so I'm going to go with the vhb and that. If it doesn't feel solid I'll out a screw in there. The Amazon carrier lost my vhb....I used 3M VHB and covered with LAP sealant. I went ahead and put a couple of sheet metal screws in each panel under the LAP sealant to make myself feel better, but the 3M tape should be plenty enough. Between the 3M tape and the LAP, no way those small screws would ever leak.
I bought them at Ikea directly. They finally opened one up near me. Check their website. They will ship some items if you are not near them.I am just starting my build and thought that the Ikea bed rails and brackets would save me time and money. Found them on Amazon for 29.77 ea. and 29.97 ea. total would be $180. Where did you get these parts for $55?
Will do.Report on that fridg when you have used it a month. I almost went that way.
Like captainrob, we got ours at an IKEA store, too. The Skorva bed rails and slats are both in IKEA's online catalog. The rail brackets (#116791) are separate, as are the white plastic nubs (and screws) that go on the rails to hold the slats taut. Unfortunately, none of that is in the catalog. Like others here, we got those bits at the IKEA Returns & Parts Counter (free!).I am just starting my build and thought that the Ikea bed rails and brackets would save me time and money. Found them on Amazon for 29.77 ea. and 29.97 ea. total would be $180. Where did you get these parts for $55?
Didn't take a side shot, but will do next time I have the bike loaded.captainrob can we get a side shot with the bike on the back?
Your description was way more informative than anything I'd read in ads on Amazon etc. That is exactly what I needed to know. Thank you. Yes, I thought maybe you had stock in these lol, but if you hadn't mentioned them a few times I wouldn't have finally realized that it's what fits my needs!It has a battery charging circuit built in for when you plug in. The DC and AC110v is also supplied then too off the shore power. It allows the DC to be supplied automatically when not plugged in. It has no on-off switch, just plug in and you are on shore power and the batteries are charging too. Unplug and you are on your batteries and there is no AC being provided. Yes it has one “main” breaker for it’s feed line and 2 or 4 or more breakers for the AC output,depending on which one you buy. These things have been used in RVs for many years. I handles the grounding properly too.
I didn’t realize I was always talking about it. I try to blather on about other things too.
Sounds like it'll work. I have plenty of fuses and I bet the garage I'm working in has some breakers laying around. My friend owned an electrical company.No. I don’t have any of them turned off so I can be driving, solar on or be parked plugged in and solar on. If I start the van nothing happens either. I do have a switch on the solar but it is never off.
I have no interest in these except I bought one and it works, and has all the AC and DC breakers and fuses circuits I needed. You have to buy your own breakers and fuses BTW.