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Old 09-06-2017, 01:04 PM   #1
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How to install electrical

I finally came across a blog that explains how to install electrical in your Skoolie in terms I, a person with zero electrical experience, can understand!!!!! Here's the link:

https://skywagonskoolie.wordpress.com/electrical/

If anyone knows of a better and easier to understand resource on this process, feel free to post a link in your reply.

Ps. Sorry if this has already been posted and if the person that wrote this is a skoolie.net member, THANK YOU!!!!
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Old 09-17-2017, 10:48 PM   #2
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Thanks for the link! Going to help me a lot.
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Old 09-17-2017, 11:16 PM   #3
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I relied on this blog some, too. If you add to it with various posts on this site, I think you'll do well! there are plenty of different ways to wire up a bus, configure it, etc. good luck!
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I love that link. It makes me feel like I'd be able to do the wiring myself. It's well written and so easy to understand.

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Old 09-21-2017, 11:14 AM   #5
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I love that link. It makes me feel like I'd be able to do the wiring myself. It's well written and so easy to understand.

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I too love the link! I have some experience but the spreadsheet idea is really helpful.
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I finally came across a blog that explains how to install electrical in your Skoolie in terms I, a person with zero electrical experience, can understand!!!!! Here's the link:

https://skywagonskoolie.wordpress.com/electrical/

If anyone knows of a better and easier to understand resource on this process, feel free to post a link in your reply.

Ps. Sorry if this has already been posted and if the person that wrote this is a skoolie.net member, THANK YOU!!!!
That is a great site! I just bookmarked it for when I get to the electrical portion for our bus.

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That’s a great place to start. Thanks for sharing!
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