I am at work on my 82 Burro
and want/need the electrical
updated. Someone has cut both the 12 volt to hitch connection and the propane
line at the front of the trailer.
I don't think I want to keep the propane
, mostly for safety issues. The thought of using the furnace
space and the 3way frig space for storage is also appealing.
I have a friend who rebuilds vintage amps and believes he can handle the job of installing an inverter, deep cell battery
, and wiring for both shore and batter power without a problem. I am confident he wouldn't offer if he didn't think he could do it. He is suggesting this inverter: WFCO WF-8935 RV POWER CENTER CONVERTER 35 amp W/PANEL http://r.ebay.com/1yctbG
I need to know if this is a good choice. If not, what would you suggest instead. Keep in mind, I am on a budget. And I would like to eventually add solar
to the mix. The other thing I need is to get a basic understanding of the electrical
system in a trailer like mine. I have read many posts and most assume a basic understanding of electrical
workings. I have a very basic understanding of positive, negative and ground. That's about it. Can anyone point me to a post/website/video to teach me the very basics? I would very much appreciate it.
Thank you for your time in advance.