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  1. J Journey
    Thank you, I have your link, additional pics would be great! fjrtony@gmail.com
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  3. J Journey
    Hi, I read your response to Zoomschwartz and think I have found a clear path to my question as to how to best address solar for my Outdoors purchase this year. I quote"with my 450w set up, the controller in the pass thru near the battery(this is the key)and 4-6v GC batteries we really never need a generator.Again, the key is NOT putting the controller where the factory designs it to go in the cabinet over the bed. I ran #4 conductor from the combiner to the pass thru, then #2 from the controller to the batteries. The difference is substantial. Nothing wrong with trying 600w though. I'ts the conductor size and the placement of the controller that really matter in my opinion." Might you have posted your installation and equipment list in prior posts? If so, can you steer me to where they might be, Thank you and stay safe. Tony
  4. jmalone74
    Greetings,
    I read with real interest your post of the broken spring.
    I have a 2016 20FQ and have been wondering about upgrading the suspension with the grease-able kind. Now you got me thinking of the whole setup.
    Would you mind sharing where you got the parts and approximately how much it cost?
    Thanks.
    john

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  • About Vintage465
    City
    Salinas
    State or Province
    CA
    Country
    United States
    RV Manufacturer
    Outdoors RV Creek Side
    RV Model
    20fq
    RV Year
    2015
    RV Length
    24ft
    Location (City, State):
    California
  • Signature
    V465
    2015 Creek Side 20fq, 450 Watts of Samlex Solar,
    2013 GMC Denali, Duramax, Retired in 2021

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