Originally Posted by SpaceEgg
Very inexpensive. Is it a pure-sine wave inverter? Power-loss from inversion becomes my main concern.
Honestly I can't recall off the top of my head. I was so happy to find a 750-watt inverter that low - I didn't even glance long. Had it off the shelf and into the cart fast as I could. In retrospect I should have picked up a second one at that price.
I still owe a picture of the inverter and the wiring chaos in the front behind the control panel. I've decided I'm ditching the original dashboard and building my own with custom gauges and such. The old setup is pretty fried.
The battery checker gauge stays non-stop at half - guarantee that's not accurate. The Ammeter doesn't work - and I've checked those lines. The waste and water tanks pretty much never move regardless of how full they are. The clock is fried and nearly melted down by a battery that appears to have exploded in it. The only thing I see that might be working is the dash panel light and the barometer.
I'm also considering putting in a different door system for the front storage area under that control panel. Maybe sliding doors or something...