Originally Posted by 68 Overlander
Airstream uses the WFCO pure sine inverter and it is a good one. $900 means they are charging $600 to install it. I don't know how many hours they figure, but I do it in less than one. We carry it for under $300.
Randy does have great prices on the WFCO inverter and quick delivery but Randy, some of the floor plans require quite a bit of work and feeding possibly one or two romex circuits back through a small raceway to intercept and supply 120v to the flat screen TV's and supply the refrigerator and other outlets from a circuit that doesn't come through the inverter. It can be done but I spent a couple of hours planning ours and the connection to the battery since everything gets mounted up under the front sofa/gaucho in our 25'CCD.