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Old 05-10-2015, 07:18 PM   #15
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so heres a question on panels on 28ft units. Could you install something in the 195 watt size that runs 62x31 or larger 285 watts at 65x37 to do like 3 panels?
again just trying to see what is possible with out owning a RV..


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I'm impressed where you got that panel on the street side, I didn't think one would fit there.

I was thinking if I run a 4th panel, it'd put in front of the AC since I tested fitted and found I can still put a panel there and tilt, although your layout looks like a better idea.
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so heres a question on panels on 28ft units. Could you install something in the 195 watt size that runs 62x31 or larger 285 watts at 65x37 to do like 3 panels?
again just trying to see what is possible with out owning a RV..
Nope, way to wide. I was going to run the 160 panels that are 26 inches wide, I made cardboard cutouts, couldn't place them anywhere. 21inches is a tight fit on the roof as is.
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