I drove some folks crazy in another forum here about modifying my Harbor Freight chassis for a Cubby, so now I figure it's your turn:
As you know, for first-timers like me, building a teardrop is an evolutionary process. You THINK you know what you want to do, until you do it, until you learn more, and then realize you DIDN'T want that after all. So here's my Cubby question:
I might be going solar/photovoltaic for certain applications. (I'm in sunny Florida.) Or simply use one of those super-quiet but costly Honda generators. Or maybe just a deep cycle battery on the tongue that I charge with a charger.
At this point, JUST starting to modify the chassis, do I have to be concerned with running any kind of conduit and/or drilling holes in the floor cross members/undersection to go through with conduit (whatever definition of conduit we're discussing) and up and into the interior and galley sections?
I know many people treat the underside of the deck/chassis/floor with asphalt coating material for protection, and I don't even know if I'm going to do THAT.
Just need a little info on whether I can worry about all of this later, as opposed to missing out on something I should be doing NOW. I plan on using solid plywood sides.
Thanks for your input.
P.S. I'm not an eletrician. I'm not a carpenter. I'm not a metal worker. So why am I building a teardrop? I'm nuts.
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