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Old 06-25-2018, 03:01 AM   #1
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Running electrical wiring for inverter - 2014 Kodiak 220RBSL

I have a 2014 Kodiak 220RBSL. Ultralight with aluminum frame, sandwhich walls. Small trailer with two slides either side.

I would like to install an inverter and a couple of inverter dedicated plugs. (on a previous trailer I did the transfer switch thing, but I am happy just to do a couple of inverter dedicated plugs with this one).

Anyhoo - any suggestions on how I can run the cabling for the wires? Though the false roof? Are there wiring channels in the subfloor?

thanks in advance
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Aspen Trail 2790BHS Internal Installed Progressive Industries Surge

I have a 2019 Aspen Trail 2790BHS. I am looking to internally wire and install and Progressive Industries 30Amp surge protector power protector. Does anyone have any idea where this would mount? I have watched videos but none of them were on my like TT and donít know where to install.

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It looks like it is an in-line device that connects to the mains coming into the RV. Gonna be a project.
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I have a 2014 Kodiak 220RBSL. Ultralight with aluminum frame, sandwhich walls. Small trailer with two slides either side.

I would like to install an inverter and a couple of inverter dedicated plugs. (on a previous trailer I did the transfer switch thing, but I am happy just to do a couple of inverter dedicated plugs with this one).

Anyhoo - any suggestions on how I can run the cabling for the wires? Though the false roof? Are there wiring channels in the subfloor?

thanks in advance



Do you have an idea where you are going to put the inverter? That would dictate how and where to run cable for your 2 outlets.
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