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Old 06-20-2013, 04:40 PM   #11
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Thanks for the CAD. I'm just in the development mode to order a 19B. This will be helpful. Thank you again!

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Old 06-20-2013, 08:11 PM   #12
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CaddMaximus, nice job! ...a few comments...I don't think the solar power fan is needed because opening the wall window and the crank-open roof vent creates the circulation you are looking for...and the air conditioner in your drawing is actually forward a bit and the single solar panel is generally placed between the Maxi-Fan and the AC. The second panel normally would go in the back. I really wish I would have ordered the big refirgerator. I highly recommend it because it gives you a lot of freezer capacity for a long trip. ...and I didn't see the external shower in your plan. I haven't used it yet but plan to soon. We purchased a free standing, pop-up shower enclosure that will be set up next to the external shower location of the trailer and shower water will drain onto the ground. I have a spare bamboo platform for the bottom of the shower. Benefits for boondocking (assuming my long hoses can replenish water and they will in most locations); long hot showers outside draining onto the ground, not into the grey tank, dry bathroom and toilet. Thanks for the detailed plan.



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Old 06-20-2013, 10:15 PM   #13
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A couple of observations. The MaxxFan is located forward almost opposite the bath wall from the front edge back, centered in the door way not center over the bath door.
I had installed one of those little solar vents in my T@da, very noisy and they moved -0- air, IMHO a waste of a hole in your roof. the opening window performs a lot better with the MaxxFan.
Also if you reverse the stove and sink, there is about 8"-10" counter space available between the stove and sink in that configuration.

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