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Old 01-28-2022, 10:05 AM   #1
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Models that were all electric

From 2005-2010, Which models were all electric? Or was all electric an option. Thanks
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Old 01-28-2022, 01:27 PM   #2
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All electric was an option to my knowledge, initially Intrigue, Magna and Affinity. Not sure of the years the option came out for each model.

If can go check some of the brochures if another member does not post more detailed information sooner.

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All electric was an option to my knowledge, initially Intrigue, Magna and Affinity. Not sure of the years the option came out for each model.

If can go check some of the brochures if another member does not post more detailed information sooner.

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According to the brochures - Magna and Intrigue were available with "all electric" option starting in 2006.

My 2006 Affinity brochure does not indicate an electric option. I do not have a 2007 Affinity brochure but I assume all electric was available starting that year, - 2008 brochure shows Affinity all electric option.

I would not rule out earlier years - as CC was optioning coaches, particularly Affinity and Magna - with whatever the customer wanted - so there could be 2006 Affinities all electric - just does not show it in the brochure.

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My Affinity is not one, but I know they were available in 2002. It came with 2 inverters, and 6 8D house batteries. I personally like having propane.
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Just curious..have an o4 intrigue 3 8ds 1 chasis 2 house with propane
If no propane tank would additional batteries be installed in that compartment

Like my propane cook top ...but carry 2 burner portable induction as well

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Just curious..have an o4 intrigue 3 8ds 1 chasis 2 house with propane

If no propane tank would additional batteries be installed in that compartment



Like my propane cook top ...but carry 2 burner portable induction as well



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Is the propane tank compartment near your existing batteries? It would be ventilated and you would need to run new 4/0 or correct sized cables from new compartment to existing battery compartment and tie to current system, or tie to inverter lugs if closer, (next largest cables in my coach).

My propane tank (07 Allure Sunset Bay) is midship and my battery/inverter bay is behind rear passenger tag. Someday I have plans for an induction cooktop swap out and residential refrigerator install. I was going to pull propane tank at that time and use bay for storage.

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Brian,

Yup same setup on our intrigue batteries are behind tag axle

I thought that spot would be good for additional batteries would have to figure out how to route power cables to inverter and charge line back...interesting thought anyway

We have already installed a residential fridge..DW loved that upgrade

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According to the brochures - Magna and Intrigue were available with "all electric" option starting in 2006.



My 2006 Affinity brochure does not indicate an electric option. I do not have a 2007 Affinity brochure but I assume all electric was available starting that year, - 2008 brochure shows Affinity all electric option.



I would not rule out earlier years - as CC was optioning coaches, particularly Affinity and Magna - with whatever the customer wanted - so there could be 2006 Affinities all electric - just does not show it in the brochure.



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If you have a 2008 Affinity brochure I would sure appreciate getting a copy. Please let me know. Thank you.
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Brian,

Yup same setup on our intrigue batteries are behind tag axle

I thought that spot would be good for additional batteries would have to figure out how to route power cables to inverter and charge line back...interesting thought anyway

We have already installed a residential fridge..DW loved that upgrade

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Well, with that much of hassle, you might think outside of the box... if you will.

Doesn't your water heater work with either electric or propane? We cook with induction cooktop but keep the propane tank only for wh (in case no electric but need to have shower) and bbq. Your setup could be totally different though.

If you really need bigger battery capacity, going with lithium should be much easier. I know not is everyone willing for it but I am throwing this out in case you are open for options. Your single battery bay can house 1200ah li, that is what I am having since 2015. My battery bay is behind the rear wheel and my original batteries were 3 8D's just like yours, 1 for chassis 2 for house.

Food for thought :-).
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Well, with that much of hassle, you might think outside of the box... if you will.

Doesn't your water heater work with either electric or propane? We cook with induction cooktop but keep the propane tank only for wh (in case no electric but need to have shower) and bbq. Your setup could be totally different though.

If you really need bigger battery capacity, going with lithium should be much easier. I know not is everyone willing for it but I am throwing this out in case you are open for options. Your single battery bay can house 1200ah li, that is what I am having since 2015. My battery bay is behind the rear wheel and my original batteries were 3 8D's just like yours, 1 for chassis 2 for house.

Food for thought :-).
Have long thought about that Steve and replacing old solar.syztem with something more efficient
I did just purchase 2 AGMz to replace the lead acid so will have 610AH should hold me for awhile
And like you we. Also use a 2 burner induction top and reserve propane for other times

Just my mind gets to wondering

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Have long thought about that Steve and replacing old solar.syztem with something more efficient
I did just purchase 2 AGMz to replace the lead acid so will have 610AH should hold me for awhile
And like you we. Also use a 2 burner induction top and reserve propane for other times

Just my mind gets to wondering

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Hi All - I have a 2006 Magna 630 Rembrandt that is all electric...

There are references to brochures on these coaches in this thread - can someone direct me to an electronic or hardcopy of the brochure for a 2006 Magna?
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