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    Portable vs Fixed Roof mount Solar panels

    Being in AZ we typ park in the shade. I took a flexible 100w and afixed in a canvas carry bag. The cables and controller are in a plastic ammo box. Stows easy.
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    Overland Expo 2015 to Utah Lockhart and more....

    Nice report, Lance. Your photos have excellent composition and support your writing well but oddly a few arent as sharp as I'd expect. I dont think its the human-interface either. Is the camera as old as the 'Burb?
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    Grand Staircase Loop

    Excellent report on a great area. Thanks.
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    Started my trialer build today.

    I'm just eyeballing the travel of the arms and wondering if you have any concerns the upper brackets on the airbags could bend or fatigue under the weight of a trailer bouncing along? Sent from my iToaster
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    DIY Portable Solar Panel - Connector question included

    As always, thankss DWH Sent from my iToaster
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    DIY Portable Solar Panel - Connector question included

    I enjoy tinkering with my trailer. It has this beautiful empty space beneath the tent that I just had to fill with something. I have two batteries that run the ARB 63 fridge (we love) and a water pump, etc. So I thought a solar panel would be a fun project. Being the desert nomad-types we...
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    Tips on Using My ARB Fridge: Heading to Baja for 3 week surf trip

    I'm in Baja now. Day 5 of 10 with my 63q ARB in trailer. Is your prep inquiry based on having a limited ability to maintain the battery over duration of trip? If so, throw in a charger and an exten-cord perhaps. For a beer, not many RVs or ppl with generators are going to say no to 30 mins...
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    Post favorite pics of your rig and trailer

    Thanks, Mark. It sure has been fun to build, use, modify, reuse. For this trip I added a DIY portable 100w solar panel. It works great. Sent from my iToaster
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    Post favorite pics of your rig and trailer

    Quick evening shot from Bahia de Los Angeles, Baja, Mex. I was very pleased at how the trailer handle the 25 odd mile dirt track from Gonzaga the day prior. We are in Loreto now. We've travelled apprx 1,000 miles and after Christmas will begin the trek back to Phoenix. This includes 2 nights...
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    Nightly movie: kindle fire

    Greetings from Loreto, Mx. We are half way thru our trip. Just wanted to comment on The plan of action I took. I ended up buying the 32 gig version of the SanDisk multi media player. Approximately $60. This little memory storage device is also a Wi-Fi transmitter. So we uploaded perhaps 18...
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    Nightly movie: kindle fire

    Intriguing. I may have a similar buddy. I'll call him. Sent from my iToaster
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    Nightly movie: kindle fire

    One of our camping concessions is to have available a nightly movie. All of us look forward to it. Typically there is no Wi-Fi so we are downloading one perhaps two movies to an iPad. Actually we do not purchase them, as we really use Amazon prime for just about everything including watching...
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    Post favorite pics of your rig and trailer

    Not exactly a great photo, but we took everything out to the local lake for a pre test in prep for a 4 rig, 10 night run down Baja next month. I'm needing many lil' fixes to get everything shipshape. The new inflatable kayak works great. I'm also reminded how enjoyable desert camping in...
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    Lessons Learned from Trailer Build - What would you do different?

    As a family Guy, I can tell you that by including my wife in the planning of the kitchen portion of my trailer really increased her enthusiasm for camping. No question that keeping it smaller and lighter should always be a big consideration. That moment when you realize it is too big, or too...
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    The "Monster's" tail build thread

    Dang impressive. Sent from my iToaster
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