Pos and negative 00 battery leads. These will hookup to the rear aux batteries to be charged from the 220 amp alternator. Split loomed up and ready for install. Purchased fron Battery Cables USA. Really nice. Clean. Very pliable and easy.
Rear bed platform...? Its just set up rough. But it will need to have batteries underneath. Probably the Espar D2 someplace there as well. Its 16 1/2” from floor to top of the platform. Same height as existing bench seat. Im liking it.
45 degree cut on some aluminum for the under bench corner.
Im going for this floorplan and look so to say. The wood I cut its about 16 1/4” high. To align with the existing dark grey bench on the passenger side. Seems several inches higher than a standard camper height.
Two prong whelen bulb. Its the third upper brake light. Broken. $25 replacement or...?
Upper fridge polysio secure. And up behind that is a hollow valance area. 24”x3”x2” or so and cut a nice piece of Thinsulate to fill it up. Nice clean and tidy.😎
Placed a bead of silicone along the floor lines under the rigid foam. And gaps running to the side door. Used some expensive flue metallic tape. Its all they had. To cover the rigid board ends after I cut them. The cabinets were fully scoured with a 3M green pad. Rubbing alcohol. And steam...
Aaaah. Well. Another long day. Filled in the upper rear with 3.75” of Thinsulate through my opening. No way to get it in other wise. Tidy up the rear cam and third brake light feed through it. Spent most of the day shaping rigid insulation sheets for the lower Dometic CRX-50 fridge. Its a real...
Steam cleaned the existing bundle after undoing the strap. Then retightened it back down. Some areas have 1” and others 1-3/4” Thinsulate. Then its all covered with one final layer of 1-3/4”. Rather tough to lay a piece back behind the rear cabinet along the lower portion. It has 3.5” of...
All wired and securely mounted. Sandwiched some black butyl between the fiberglass and mount. Covered it all and the stainless steel screws and with dicor black. And it works like a charm. On/off is at your discretion.