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Old 07-18-2013, 07:11 PM   #1
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Two years ago we camped next to a couple that pulled a folding 8'x10' panel of solar panels which they stood up beside their unit. It was mounted on plywood and looked real good. After 3 days they were leaving the CG and came over to ask for a boost.
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If mounted on the roof not readily visible, so one can avoid this embarrassment.
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If mounted on the roof not readily visible, so one can avoid this embarrassment.
but only if the suns shines enough... otherwise, you still gotta ask for that boost....
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Two years ago we camped next to a couple that pulled a folding 8'x10' panel of solar panels which they stood up beside their unit. It was mounted on plywood and looked real good. After 3 days they were leaving the CG and came over to ask for a boost.
I jusy spit my wine all over the living room
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Can't imagine how many batteries that thing is carrying. Next is the windmill.
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