Get a 12v/120 one, so much better than an rv version! Marine or the chest style that everyone uses are options.My next step is a fridge. I was gonna use a standard rv fridge, but I really don’t want to cut 2 vent holes in the wall for it, and going through the roof is out of the question. So I’m considering options here now. Any suggestions? Once the fridge is in, the bathroom is next.
I just reread your build thread. I like you you added in some pictures of various adventures. I have a small fortune invested in Nikon gear that I bring to different events with me. I'm always so excited to start riding, I just throw my gear on and take off. Then at the end of the day, I load up fast before my body totally seizes up. hahaha.Glad to see you are using it for what it was designed and nice to see it is still moving forward!
Yours was totally the inspiration for ours.
I did an isotherm drawer unit in mine. It's nice!I was looking at an Isotherm 2 door upright.Get a 12v/120 one, so much better than an rv version! Marine or the chest style that everyone uses are options.
Glad to see your still using it! Thanks for the updates finally!
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We have a small room air unit that we take with us when it's hot. It fits between the front seats and runs off my Honda 2000 no problem. I run the manifold out the drivers side window and the condensation drain through a hole in the body where the camper body and van body join. Used it twice last summer and 1 time this summer. I had the camper body framed for 2 roof A/C locations, but I doubt very much I would do that. I have 2 inches of clearance in my shop door in the winter without anything on the roof.Any plans to run an Air conditioner?