DIY Easy VanLife Off Grid Electrical System | 🚐 Promaster Build Series | S2 Ep. 9

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Deep Cycle Dry Cell Rechargeable Batteries (4) – https://amzn.to/2OQ20ME
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Electrical Wire Connecting Kit – https://amzn.to/2OI8E7T
Cable Lugs- https://amzn.to/2OQO6du
Half Inch Plywood – Home Depot
Wood Stain (Early American) – Home Depot
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4 Gauge Wire – https://amzn.to/2RHpylI
Electrical Tape – Home Depot
Zip Ties – Home Depot
Left Over 8 Gauge Wire From Solar Panel Wires
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Tools Required:
Drill
Screw Gun
Voltage Tester
Wrench with assorted Sockets
Hand Saw
Jig Saw
Chop Saw
Knife
Measuring Tape
Hammer
Cable Cutter

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DISCLAIMER: We do not claim to be professionals in any area of this build. We are solely building this van the way we want it with the hands-on experience that we both have. It should not be assumed that suggestions, comments, or recommendations contained in this video are a thorough explanation of construction and electrical standards and safety. We do not guarantee that these products will work for you or that they are installed by manufacturing standards. It is important to remember that a one size fits all approach is not recommended for this. These “best practices” are solely opinions from our experience building and should not be taken as professional experience. As always, construction and electrical hazards should be taken seriously and hazards should be assessed prior to building. If you are unsure of your safety or don’t feel comfortable building yourself, please consult a professional.