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grantwilson

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BOOM
Electric all done (except screwing up a power strip and solar wires, and some 12v and usb plug tap ins)
Untitled by Grant Wilson, on Flickr
sorting out all the connections and making sure everything is working properly and hooked up correctly so the victron battery monitor can read charging amps and used amps to accurately work
And all together! Waiting on some longer stainless 10-24 to come in to fasten the panels down all the way. but other than that, electrical is golden.
Untitled by Grant Wilson, on Flickr
Untitled by Grant Wilson, on Flickr
 

tsteb112

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BOOM
Electric all done (except screwing up a power strip and solar wires, and some 12v and usb plug tap ins)
Untitled by Grant Wilson, on Flickr
sorting out all the connections and making sure everything is working properly and hooked up correctly so the victron battery monitor can read charging amps and used amps to accurately work
And all together! Waiting on some longer stainless 10-24 to come in to fasten the panels down all the way. but other than that, electrical is golden.
Untitled by Grant Wilson, on Flickr
Untitled by Grant Wilson, on Flickr
That's a pretty sweet setup you have there. What exactly is the vehicle? Cargo van?
 

Chris Radalia

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Getting ready to start my adventures. Did a deep clean on the interior while the new bed totes arrived today and started planning the storage solutions. Meeting this week to start planning the trip to UP Michigan from Canton, Ohio to Lake of Clouds in the UP. Also got pricing on some new BFG tires ugh.
 

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TerryD

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Filled it with tools and gas for a customer service appointment I took care of today. I kind of miss being in the field... desk jobs get kind of repetitive.
That and the total lack of benefits for salary folks at the mill keep me climbing towers in the snow and working on boilers when it's 100*F outside. I can't stand sitting still.
 

tarouszars

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Spent the day with my brother in western Utah.

Came across a grey haired fellow who was stuck, had a tire off the bead and no spare. He and his brother had spent the night (13F) in their truck. His brother left early looking for help, and had managed to walk about 12 miles by the time we caught up to him. He had found reception and called for help luckily. He was too far from anywhere to have walked and I can imagine all too well what would have happened if he had had to spend the night alone on the side of the road. We gave them some water and offered them food and waited with them till their help came. Always feels good to lend a helping hand.


The desert was beautiful. Had pockets of a few inches of snow but was mostly clear. I gave my badge a nice paint job. Seems like the proper coating.