Residential appliances are spacious and make full-time RV life with kids more comfortable. Without great batteries, they make boondocking more challenging though. That’s why installing lithium is one of the first things we do with a new rig.

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  1. Jeffrey Suter on January 11, 2021 at 5:35 pm

    Watched the video. We have a 2020 Montana that has a progressive dynamics converter that can be switched for lead acid or lithium. We also have a 1000 watt inverter to power the Samsung residential refrigerator. To go to two Lithium batteries, would the inverter need to be changed? Thanks.

  2. Ann on January 11, 2021 at 5:51 pm

    Hi folks. Just wanted to ask you if perhaps you have a corded shade in the baby’s sleeping area. It looks like that may be the case on your video, but perhaps I’m concerned for no reason. Anyway, if that’s a cord you would want to replace that shade right away due to choking risk. If not, please forgive the intrusion.

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