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Thread: My Conqueror and Rig!

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    Looks great. It needs the zebra stripes though.....

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    My vote is for cow splotches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honu
    Aloha Dendy

    sweet rig glad to see pics of the 110

    going to have to ring ya up soon got some other ideas going for the inside of mine and 2 other here in PHX are getting the compacts so going to have to start a conqueror club

    I want a 110
    That is crazy about two more going to your area. You guys should start a club!
    You can caravan to the desert! Ring me sometime.
    Thanks,
    Dendy

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    Wow, amazing setup!
    Chris K.

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    Very nice, Dendy.

    In the for-what-it's-worth category, I added a 50-watt solar panel and charge controller to the battery bank on our Conqueror and that was more than adequate to keep the batteries charged. All of our lights were flourescent 12-volt and LEDs. This obviated the need for a genset.

    What's your first destination?

    Allen R
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    I love my 80 series and would never get rid of it but I have to say, that 110 is drop dead sexy.

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    Very nice setup there. I also heartily endorse the zebra stripe on the entire setup. Not that it needs to be any more awesome than it already is....

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    Quote Originally Posted by nashvillerover
    I am leaning towards the Honda, however ... some have said that the Yamaha can be order for dual fuel (gas and propane). That would be sweet.

    Both of these either the 2000 watt or 3000 watt run around 50-60db when fired up.

    The Conqueror has a battery management system and charges from the vehicle as you drive down the road, so this would simply be for recharging or for very remote purposes.

    Dendy

    Nice set up! There are going to be some good times comming with that sweet rig and trailer combo.

    I have a Honda 2000 generator that I only use when out on long stays in remote areas. Works great.
    Brad

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    Quote Originally Posted by flywgn
    Very nice, Dendy.

    In the for-what-it's-worth category, I added a 50-watt solar panel and charge controller to the battery bank on our Conqueror and that was more than adequate to keep the batteries charged. All of our lights were flourescent 12-volt and LEDs. This obviated the need for a genset.

    What's your first destination?

    Allen R
    I also have a conquest
    curious what you have done to it if anything ?
    I have taken out the wine side and putting in a vanity/meidcine type setup to hold personal items instead

    thinking of going with the 60 combi also did you change out the hella plugs where the fridge hooks in to standard US type ?

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