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  • #3726
    Anonymous
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Has anyone put a hook in their ceiling and hung a camping lantern from it?</p>
    I’m trying to keep my build around 5k so I figured I’ll skip electricity now and maybe wire it up in the future if I feel I want it, seems to me I can do most of what I need with a lantern and a camping stove anyhow

    #3727
    Daniel
    Participant

    1. The roof hatch/vent reinforcement bezel is thick enough to support the weight of a regular camping lanter.

    2. I suggest to install the electric system now, during construction, because it is easier than to retrofit.

    3. For my build, I installed my own electric system (not the CLC kit) under the liner, and all in all, my camper cost under $4k

    #3728
    rsbrownmd
    Participant

    I purposely chose not to install an electrical system. A couple lanterns, a Coleman stove and a Jackery battery with a solar panel charger meet all my camping needs. I put up a couple magnetic hooks in the small round area next to the doors to hang a lantern on each side. A $10 book light is also nice to have at bedtime. If you send me your email address I will be glad to send you some pictures.

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