U'm looking at purchasing a class c, or b motorhome in the near future. One of the main requirements I have us that the motorhome not have a slide out. Currently I am interested in the 22E floorplan as that has no slideout, and that it is not that long. Also I would like to know how difficult would it be to put solar panels on the motorhome, and if I did would it void any warranties?
The 22E is a nice compact Class C. Easy to move like a car, when you just need to go.
Solar panels are very easy to install, it just depends how comfortable you are drilling holes into your new roof. The other issue is the amount of available real-estate on a Class-C roof. Unless you want to mount panels on the cab-over section, space is limited.
A few of the most efficient panels would provide enough power for virtually unlimited steady 12v DC camping. But not really enough panel space for a big "off-grid" 120v AC system with several 6V golf cart batteries and a large 2000Watt+ inverter.
Rudy, Jenny and Garrett
2014 Four Winds 35SK Super C - Ford F-550, 6.7 Power Stroke- Blue Ox tow bar with Patriot brake - 2004 CR-V, 2013 F-150 and 2016 Wrangler Sahara Toads - TST 507 tpms