- Mar 14, 2013
My NOCO tray and Power Tray for the sPOD.
Interesting, never seen any signs like that down here in CA. I like the idea! Keeps the Honda's CRV's off the trail.
Walker Valley isn't it?
If it is.. about 70 miles north of Seattle
Important group if you live in PNW
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Looks very well done, I don't think a professional install shop could do better!Busy weekend! Worked on wiring put in 20-25 hours Saturday through Monday morning.
The good news, I have power on!!! It’s gets frustrating after working on wiring all weekend and not be able to see significant results like last weekend.
The BCDC is powered up, feeding the house or second battery, feeding the bus bar, feeding the rear fuse panel.
Still have a bunch to do:
Trim carpet and install the battery box.
Complete the sPOD installation.
Wire the NOCO trickle charger to the batteries.
Wire up the ARB compressor.
Install USB chargers.
Install fridge socket.
Route wiring for Jerry can faucet.
Install exterior lighting.
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