Hi,Is it possible to contact you directly, can't see a way to message on this?
Have no fear about having to remind yourself about how you did stuff, It comes under the general heading of....Senior moments, and some days mine come thick and fast!
Just a couple of observations so far Dave, the glue on the panels appears to be something like butyl mastic, so hopefully will move with expansion. Not so good, I found a couple of "scuffs" on the panels surface. Just hope they can cope with brushing though trees.Looking good
Is that the misole PV Panel you have fitted there? very interested in how it performs (got a customer which one of those could suit his van perfectly).
Yup, the price is on the high side. I think ultimately he'll go with something else - probably a pair of panels positioned end to end for the long & thin fitting. The setup will be such that any likely combination of panels will work (the good old flexible Victron MPPT ) and will be a deployable array once parked up.Just a couple of observations so far Dave, the glue on the panels appears to be something like butyl mastic, so hopefully will move with expansion. Not so good, I found a couple of "scuffs" on the panels surface. Just hope they can cope with brushing though trees.
Another thought was, with the amount of space they take up and the price. I could have purchased a lot of cheap panels and doubled the power output. It seems they are a lot cheaper in the states if you can find someone to ship them. Oh well, best buy another pair for the other side
I guess it’s about what you’re prepared to put into it. As bad as it is, it’s not as rotten as busboys. It could have been converted on the cheap and driven to death. I expect I’ll have it for some years. So I’m hoping it won’t want major work later. Murky evolved from a one week conversion. It’s a shame Plaxton made such mistakes in it’s construction.Interesting stuff.
I quite fancied converting a old coach into a Motorhome. I have to say one of the most important things I have learned reading your posts on this is to forget the idea! I admire the work you are doing but don't think I fancy that level of restoration!