Originally Posted by BrianW
Can't tell, do you have a rear dinette? Are you sure there isn't a water tank under one if the seats? Odd to have a sink but no tank. The frig normally goes in the drivers side cabinet stack. You could replace one of the bigger cabinet door areas with it. Get a 110/12v frig, not a three way. Consider adding additional batteries and even solar if you are full timing in it.
Here are a few pictures to answer:
I realize it is unusual that there is no fresh water tank/pump but that is for sure the case. A family member didn't really know what she was doing when she set it up. The sink is plumbed to the grey water tank (pictured) and also the exterior 'City Water Connection' is plumbed to the faucet. But yes, in fact there is no fresh water tank or pump.
This is the rear folded down. When up, its basically two 'couches' facing each other.
This is under the driver's side 'couch'. The inverter and a few other electronics are there. Underneath the junk in the top of the picture is a carpeted panel, underneath there is a basin with a battery. Same with the passenger side (easier to see in that pic).
Underneath the passender 'couch'. That carpeted panel at the top is over the other battery basin.
This is under the passenger frame rail. There are an additional 2 batteries here. There are no batteries under the hood.
Just a shot of the drivers side looking to the rear. Propane tank, gas tank, driveshaft, etc.
My number 1 concern right now is hammering out the fridge situation followed by a potential fresh water tank/pump setup. The solar stuff really interests me too.
That cabinet where I have my laundry and gym bag is huge. It seems like even if I put a fridge in there, there would still be a lot of wasted space. I'm really looking for a clean install, which is why I suggested under the range. Its easy to just stick a 12v fridge where it will fit...what I'm really after is finding the best, most optimized place for it. Suggestions? Anybody have a NorCold installed under the range?