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Old 05-18-2020, 07:35 PM #16
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CSI. I believe it actually an Indel. $549 shipped with transit bag — there’s a “never ending” GB over on a TacomaWorld. Built my own slide for a about $30.

My factory 12v outlet in the SR5 was trash though. Wiring was too small to keep it running properly. So I ran 10g all the way to the back and rewired it. Flawless since.
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I did what was suggested in the above second paragraph, with a 500w Jackery lithium. I use a Dometic CFX3 35. I plug it into the 12 volt outlet on the Jackery, and charge the Jackery from the 12 volt 4Runner outlet while driving. I have a Goal Zero 100 watt solar panel to charge the Jackery when camping. I donít have the slide on cargo tray but do have a DFG Off-road fridge slide mounted on a platform I made. Iíll try to post a picture of it.
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Depending on the fridge power requirements, it could be possible to see issues with the inrush current from compressor startup as the battery voltage decreases.

When the voltage is lower, it requires more current to push the same power, and the OEM wires are pretty small.

Personally I ran some 10 AWG with an Anderson plug which I can use for various items, including the fridge.
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you might as well be speaking Portguese. Electrical is not my strong suit.
It's called ohms law and has to do with resistance over the electrical path under load... but you are in luck, I happen to know how to translate Portuguese.

If your battery was a milkshake and your fridge wants to drink it, it needs a wire straw.

The closer to empty the milkshake battery is, the colder the milshake becomes, and the harder it becomes to suckie suckie.

If it's too hard to suckie suckie, your fridge is going to give up.

It will appreciate a bigger straw... because it's much easier to suckie suckie with bigger wire straw.
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It's called ohms law and has to do with resistance over the electrical path under load... but you are in luck, I happen to know how to translate Portuguese.

If your battery was a milkshake and your fridge wants to drink it, it needs a wire straw.

The closer to empty the milkshake battery is, the colder the milshake becomes, and the harder it becomes to suckie suckie.

If it's too hard to suckie suckie, your fridge is going to give up.

It will appreciate a bigger straw... because it's much easier to suckie suckie with bigger wire straw.
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It's called ohms law and has to do with resistance over the electrical path under load... but you are in luck, I happen to know how to translate Portuguese.

If your battery was a milkshake and your fridge wants to drink it, it needs a wire straw.

The closer to empty the milkshake battery is, the colder the milshake becomes, and the harder it becomes to suckie suckie.

If it's too hard to suckie suckie, your fridge is going to give up.

It will appreciate a bigger straw... because it's much easier to suckie suckie with bigger wire straw.

gotcha. I haven't tried a fridge, but an electric kettle and a few other things gave up on the suckie suckie.
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