Well it has been raining hard here the last few weeks and I am not in the mood to splash around in the mud ( done that already as a mud puppy ) fixing the fuel pump problem; the pump still has not gotten here yet..
So did more work on the inside. Had a couple of free hours and got this much done in that time.
God I love my power tools; can do allot in a short period of time.
I moved the drivers side work station shelf up 4 inches, got the frig sitting in under it; testing some sinks - which one do you like?
The double is nice, but I get to keep more counter top with a single hole. Haven't brought out the inductance cook top yet to size it up. I will probably use pec tube to hook up the water and drain. I am wondering is a "p-trap" really needed if I am just running down to the gray water tank?
Getting the shelves and lids made up; whoops cut one a little too long; better long than too short. The one where the blue wire is hanging out I am considering using it for storage and my "closet". The porta potty arrived and I am considering putting it in the corner by the door; thinking about a power vent to suck the fumes of doom out. Either that or install a smaller 5000 BTU AC unit that pulls 5 amps; the solar would generate enough power to run it by its self.
In another picture you can see the power control panel - Houston we now have shore power and the AC works - blows real cold too.
I just scored three 130watt ( total about 390 watts ) solar panels used from a name brand manufacturer; puts out 42 volts. I have ordered an MPPT controller with a remote panel to run it. Those will go on the roof.
I am looking at Sat TV dish system; any ideas? I've considered the tailgate type and they have a vehicle mount for it ( like used by truckers ).
I am going to "borrow" some clay to get a measurement of the gen housing to the bottom of the lid; then attach some fiberglass board to it to reflect the genset heat and cut the noise.
The two new "house batteries - 6v deep cycle in series for 12volt, the heart charger and inverter is the black box and automatic transfer switch is the gray box. You can see the battery switch on the right.
Testing sink types. The upper shelf I am either going to remove or move it higher up.