Not much to report!! Sounds as though you've got things well on the way. Good luck with the roof work, that's the job I like least, but you have the benefit of a blank canvas.From a van perspective not much to report - mostly buying stuff to go at roof level, Uni-strut system, vents, awning mount, TV aerial, Solar PV, cameras, lights etc i.e all the stuff I may need to cut holes for.
I have also bought some acro props and a much needed scaffold tower so I can safely raise the roof of my carport and that exercise begins 8th December and will probably take a week or two weather permitting.
Once I have the van undercover and up on stands I can make a proper start.
Yes i had to strip out the guts of my bus as the chap i bought it of made a complete bol-x of it glueing and boarding over the factory carpets never mind drilling holes in roof / walls etc,Mr black & decker.
I have already removed the crude split charge relay setup from my van and have bought a B2B charger. I wanted one that had an MPPT as well and I was originally going for the Ctek DS250 but that has a very limited solar capability so I have bought a Ring RSCDC30 instead.[/QUOTE said:I dumped my Sterling B2B because of ongoing faults and have now fitted a Ring RSCDC30 - great unit and easy to set the charging levels for different battery types (I have 2 Trojan T125s)