Peterg's Lotus Trooper

Dobbie

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#29
Have you looked at the option of harvesting rain water from the awning?

Simple and easy ...it just needs to rain...and, in our case, it always rains when we're away. As said in a previous post, we can be self sufficient indefinitely with just a little bit of rain.

That's with the two standard tanks and only 150 of solar with one battery. I'd think with the extra capacity you're getting, that would be possible.

But then, our camping is very simple and I know we're not the standard to judge it on but it might be worth considering.
 

peterg

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@Bank of Dad No idea we didn't look at JB vans in any detail. When I did my research Lotus kept coming up as the best range of features. For some reason JB were lower on my list. We weren't as concerned about $$$.
 

Bank of Dad

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Ok. We have a JB Dirtroader and down the years, a few yet, I'd like to look at a Scorpion, so that's why I asked.....

With 4 150 watt panels would I be correct in assuming you have a 200+ litre compressor fridge?

Lovely van......very, very nice.