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Have you checked out the Renology panels??
They're substantially less on eBay than Amazon right from Renology...
http://www.ebay.com/itm/100-Watt-Solar-P...871fc0b9fc

Free shipping too.
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Jay and Margie. 92 Dodge Maxi van. 300 watts Renogy solar, 2X 6volt deep cycle @ 230Ah.

May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. ~Edward Abbey
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SinnTek (01-28-2015)
#12
Love the floor lights! I had planned on doing that at some point. LED Modularity is a sending from the beyond!
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#13
The panel already installed is a renology 100w mono crystalline. I installed it as a test bed for my solar system. So far so good. I will install the next one in a week or two, and monitor results. I have a 1800 xantrex inverter, all wired up with 0/4 welding wire. I work in the aviation Iindustry, and am building the entire electrical system with redundancy. All the lighting is LED, and uses vert little power. There is a 1000w rv microwave installed in place of one of the original ambulance cabinets. Still working on it, lots left to do, and ever changing. I figure out something that will work better, and modify as needed. I have already spent a month in it on work related travel. I stayed at a campground with no issues. Getting ice got old pretty quick, but now I have one of those fancy pelican coolers, so time will tell.
1994 International Road Rescue Ambulance, 2003 Jeep Wrangler
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#14
very nice baloo. that's one hell of an electric distribution center, very clean job on the wiring, I like. keep us posted. highdesertranger
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Will do, it has been a crazy project that began with two trucks, one a e350 based ambulance, and the other a 40' pallet truck. Now the ambulance bid has been redone, and the frame of the International had been shortened and modified to accept the ambulance box.

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1994 International Road Rescue Ambulance, 2003 Jeep Wrangler
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#16
Amazing!
Bob
2015 GMC Savannah 2500 van, 480 watts of Solar Panels--and a wonderful furry best friend named Cody. I'm out to change the world!
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Thanks, it seriously is a labor of love...
1994 International Road Rescue Ambulance, 2003 Jeep Wrangler
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#18
very cool. keep those pics coming. can't wait to see the ambulance body on there. are you going to cut out the back of the international cab? if you are, how are you going to connect the two? that will be so cool, only thing better is if that international was 4 wheel drive. highdesertranger
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Yes, i am cutting the back of the cab out. The ultimate plan would be to find the front end and transfer case from an army deuce and a half. Just depends on how long i want to work on the truck.
1994 International Road Rescue Ambulance, 2003 Jeep Wrangler
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if it was me I would see if that truck was available with 4 wheel drive then try to find the parts at a junk yard. that way you keep everything stock so parts are much easier to find, no custom stuff. good luck, can't wait to see that body on her. highdesertranger
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