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  • About CountryFit
    City
    N/A
    State or Province
    West Coast
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Country Coach
    RV Model
    Intrigue
    RV Year
    2000
    RV Length
    40'
    Location (City, State):
    Between the Oceans
  • Signature
    2000 Country Coach Intrigue 40', ISC 350
    2014 Ford C-Max Energi

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  • Last Activity: Today 08:32 PM
  • Join Date: 09-04-2011
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Posted 02-19-2018 at 09:30 AM by CountryFit Comments 1
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on my coach, i have installed 11 large solar panels. the front one is 61.5" wide cross the coach side to side. when coach is moving, especially when head wind is strong, say at 40 mph, and i am driving at 60 mph, that is a combination of 100 mph wind to hit the panel. two months ago when i did the panel upgrade, I did notice that 2 of the 4 front bracket anchor screws backed out about a quarter turn pushing up the dicor. i re-tightened them and re-dicored. i thought it's necessary to protect...

Posted 12-12-2017 at 08:01 PM by CountryFit Comments 2
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How big is too big? In terms of solar systems, in my mind, it'll never be too big.

I started in 2013 with 5 Sunpower Grade B, 240w panels; a year later I added 4 Sunpower Grade A 240w panels. In summer time, it output a decent amount of electricity to charge my C-Max Energi, a plug-in hybrid as my toad, and the batteries. But in winter time, it's merely able to catch up with the demands from the house batteries for daily use, let alone with the toad.

The system was...

Posted 02-03-2017 at 09:03 AM by CountryFit Comments 2
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most rvers are aware that the rv fridge (aka absorption fridge) is fundamentally different than the residential fridge. the rv fridge uses propane/electric heat elements to make the heat exchange out of ammonia and hydrogen while residential fridge is using an electric compressor to circulate the media "freon" to achieve the same goal. the good thing about rv fridge is - with a tank of propane, you can stay in a remote area boondocking for months without losing the refrigeration. the...
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Posted 04-18-2018 at 08:00 PM by coach71 coach71 is offline
yes, both went through...
Posted 03-01-2018 at 10:49 AM by CountryFit CountryFit is online now
i made the brackets...
Posted 02-12-2018 at 08:02 PM by CountryFit CountryFit is online now
Did the old and new...
Posted 01-31-2018 at 01:42 AM by chitimacha chitimacha is offline
how did you attach brackets...
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