Dustin Schroeder

RVRC LIVE! RV Experts Share Their Top Tips – Week 3

Dustin Schroeder
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Join us as we pull together experts in the RV industry for our RVRC LIVE Expert Panel!

Our moderator will be joined by Dustin Schroeder of Fulltime Families, Erin and Travis of Our Lively Tribe, and Joel Holland of Harvest Hosts.

They will get a chance to share their brands with you all, share stories with each other, and answer your questions while LIVE! Join us on Friday, June 12th at Noon C.T. to meet them!

Panel Series Schedule:

Friday, May 29th at 12:00pm C.T. – Meet our Expert Panel!

Friday, June 5th at 12:00pm C.T. – Buying an RV like an Expert

Friday, June 12th at 12:00pm C.T. – Keeping You and Your Kids Busy while Full-time RVing

Friday, June 19th at 12:00pm C.T. – Making Your RV a Home and a Business

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3 Responses to “RVRC LIVE! RV Experts Share Their Top Tips – Week 3”

  1. Fred H Fisher

    I want to add solar panels to roof. Is there a method for feeding cables for 2006 Fleetwood Expedition into coach? Are there wire troughs in the ceiling?
    How is the best way to determine options for the wires coming in from roof? What is the best way to anchor the panels?

    • Customer Service

      It really depends on where you need the wires to run too. You can drill through the roof and into a cabinet to make it less noticeable. Some people run them through the rooftop fridge vent or other vents and then drill an access hole into a wall panel from the inside and run the wires out. There will be wires in your ceiling but tyically they are near the center since they are usually for the AC and ceiling lights. The sides are usually clear but could have wires if a powered vent is near by or other lights. You always have to be cautious when drilling into the roof. It’s best to just drill through the first layer of wood and inspect before going further. You will want to screw the panels down to the roof to make sure they are secure. You then have to cover the screws with sealant to make sure water does not enter.


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