Opps! Meant to explain the pictures.
The first on is the front inner cap (blue YUCK!) and I have been having good luck drilling a hole and putting in those plastic chassis grommets and fishing up through the wall. The yellow wires are for the front 110 and the power to where the Intella charger will be. The red 10 gage is the AUX I ran front to rear for any future needs.
The 12/2 is over kill for anything but A/C but it was cheaper to just buy a big roll so all of the new wires will be 12/2
The second picture is the rear. The Bed goes in the corner and the original Fuse box was mounted under the window. The wires are the other end of the first picture plus the A/C prewire. 2 more circuits and the 110 will be done other then the box feed.
I will be putting in my new modern Fuse box in the same place. Already picked it up and a bargain of $15. It uses the thin breakers and has potential for 12 circuits. I will be using 8 at this point. Yeah its overkill but I want to keep all the stuff separate so if something eats it I only loose it and not the whole coach. I'm into over kill. Guess that why I had a K5 blazer beast truck that weighed 6640lb with all the armor. It smushes cars REAL good. Got to watch out you don't get a flat from the stick shift though. The shift knows break right off and leave the spike sticking right through the roof!
Here is the circuit plan.
1. A/C prewire
2. all over head lighting (original single circuit the coach had with all outlets capped off)
3. Gaucho 110
4. Curbside 110 including Reefer
5. Galley 110
6. Water heater
7. 110v outlet under bed for storage compartment outlet and utility light.
8. Intella charger 110 feed.
will be under the gaucho. Similar overkill Circuit lay out will be
1. AUX expansion 10 gage to rear
2. Curbside 10gage to support 3way reefer and Stereo
3. Galley 10 gage for forced air heat if we add it back and 12v aux plug.
4. Grover air pump or water pump. Use existing switch on wall behind Gaucho
5. Charge wire from umbilical
6. Aux power outlet for Gaucho
7. Wet bath lighting.
May fuse all the running light circuits and brakes independently so if something shorts out we wont loose it all and hopefully prevent blowing fuses in the tow vehicle. Also want to install a switch to turn on the running lights when off the T/V for effect lighting.