Thank you. I know I asked you this in multiple locations and I appreciate your answering in each. I understand your thought process. To some degree it becomes personal preference and there is nothing wrong with that. I wonder what the weight delta between the plywood and aluminum actually is? In some regard I agree and like the flexibility and repairability the wood would gives.
From what I have researched, Redarc is good equipment. What size inverter? How much battery capacity is standard and is there room for more?
Are you using a Truma system for hot water and heat? What A/C are you planning to use?
I believe I saw the Cruisemaster D035 hitch on the frame on Instagram. Can you confirm?
Any estimate on when production might begin?
Thank you for answering my questions.
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The weight delta of the plywood is dependent on many factors including the density and species of the plywood, and also the thickness of the aluminium, is it framed, ACM or something similar.
We like the Redarc system. Depending on your energy requirements and configuration the inverter can be 1,500Watt or 3,000Watt. There is room for 2 batteries. Depending on battery manufacturer the capacity varies.
We are in discussions with Truma and Elwell (Timberline diesel). We have a 5,000btu window unit installed.
On our instagram we have Ark 3-Axis coupler. Going forward we will be using the Cruisemaster D035.
We are currently taking orders and will have a limited production for 2023.
We are here to answer whatever questions you have.