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Sjo527

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Testing Soon ;)
I love what you are doing here. Keep us posted
Oh definitely! I've already started planning the wiring for extra 12v plugs and solar. Should have everything planned out by install on the 31st. I'll be putting all the detailed stuff on the build thread in my signature.
 

Sjo527

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Dual Batteries have been installed on what seems like the hottest day I could have picked for SW Ohio :tearsofjoy:


Drilled and inserted Well Nuts then installed new Tray
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Shimmied the Group 34 Odyssey batteries in
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And installed the smart solenoid harness
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Did a quick trip to the store for refreshments to test everything. Success!
 

Sjo527

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Beavercreek, OH, USA
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Shaun
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Johannes
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Testing Soon ;)
Dual Batteries have been installed on what seems like the hottest day I could have picked for SW Ohio :tearsofjoy:

Drilled and inserted Well Nuts then installed new Tray
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Shimmied the Group 34 Odyssey batteries in
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And installed the smart solenoid harness
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Did a quick trip to the store for refreshments to test everything. Success!
I also tuned my ECU to put out more AGM like levels. Confirmed this is accurate with voltmeter at the batteries
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Widgeonmangh

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Today I finished the composting toilet project and added it to the kit that goes in the back.
Last year we did a DIY compositing toilet as a "proof of concept" to see if it was something we were even interested in. It exceeded expectations! So much better than the nasty vault toilets at the campground (especially during a pandemic) and it did not smell and was easy to deal with unlike the liquid portapotties or tanks you have to empty.. So this year took it a step further constructing a really nice one that will last forever. The bucket was not on purpose, they ran out of orange home depot buckets and this was the only one they had. Of course it was too funny that my composting toilet has a Kracken bucket or is that spelled "Crackin?" :)
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