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Old 11-27-2018, 05:58 PM   #1
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Bambi 22FB questions

Hello to all,

Does anyone know if it is reasonably possible to modify the Sport 22FB:

1. add or expand the more fresh water capacity ?
2. add or expand the gray and or black water capacity?
3. add or expand the rooftop solar panel maximum capacity?

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Old 11-27-2018, 06:05 PM   #2
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1. 5 gallon fresh water Jerry can to re-fill water
2. Portable blue-boy waste tote for gray water
3. Suitcase solar

I am not being sarcastic. These are simple, low cost, easy ways to accomplish your goals.
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Old 11-27-2018, 07:03 PM   #3
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yes for solar
we have two 100w panels on the roof
and one 160w panel hinged above the rear bathroom window.
plus we replaced the old battery with LION from battle born

we used mostly victron parts as they all talk to each other

go to the electric section to get more details from my post and others
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Old 11-27-2018, 11:20 PM   #4
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Hmm. Could swear these same questions were posted to another thread. To keep participants happy you should minimize the duplication of topics...

You havenít disclosed anything here about what you have now for solar, so it is pretty much impossible to say how to improve upon it.
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I know one thing, the 22 is a decent trailer and you won’t be disappointed.
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Hmm. Could swear these same questions were posted to another thread. To keep participants happy you should minimize the duplication of topics...

You havenít disclosed anything here about what you have now for solar, so it is pretty much impossible to say how to improve upon it.
Here we go again...Please know that repetitive questions on this or other threads ARE acceptable to most of us. Apparently not to SHD.

SHD, Please give people room to ask a simple question(s) w/o always trying to note the duplication. They need answers - not a lesson in searching the Board.

Most don't have time to run all over this vast Board to find out if their 'question' has been asked under another thread. Just take time to answer it (again) or ignore it and move on.

I'm just trying make everyone feel comfortable and answers available. Regards.
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I've owned a 22fb for the past three seasons. It's a great unit for sure. I've spent my money on adding features such as a better tv, inverters, wifi and cell boosters etc. It would be great if it had more capacity when it came to water, and waste. The solutions mentioned earlier are great. My concern if water capacity could be increased one would be decreasing cargo capacity. Without realizing it the addition of solid counter tops (which we've considered) etc would rob cargo capacity very quickly.
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