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 > Posted This on the Class C Section, by Mistake

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Posted: 09/30/20 08:05am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This is probably not practical for those that use their class c with more than two people. With the small refrigerators, perishable food storage can be an issue!. But, for those singles or couples that do long term travel/use....it may be something to consider.

The photos show the base and cradle that I fabricated to secure the freezer to the floor. The freezer is bolted to the cradle, the plate welded to the cradle assembly is bolted to rv floor....using the same bolts that secured the chair. The cradle/base and modifications to the freezer bottom was a bit of a challenge....but, I believe that it is a strong, secure system.

We removed our little “barrel backed” chair from behind the passenger seat, and replaced it with a small chest freezer. It could provide lots of storage for meals other than the canned goods or the packaged meals with lots of preservatives!

We’re in the process of adding additional batteries (total of 4), 400 watts of solar (panels are angle adjustable) a charge controller, and inverter. memtb

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Posted: 10/05/20 06:48am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Nice work... . If Rvs come with a residential fridge, why not a freezer if it works for you.


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