Robert Evans
Robert Evans

GOONZQUAD fighting boredom making things great again one bolt a a time

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Fresh Love
Fresh Love

Stud

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Jed Brown
Jed Brown

Why not get a butcher block countertop that way you always have a cutting board as well.

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Sam09 Sung09
Sam09 Sung09

Boring very super

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Robert Evans
Robert Evans

GOONZQUAD MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN ONE BUILD AT A TIME

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wiccan FPV
wiccan FPV

You should run all solar panels as 48 volt system pretend there batteries as your doing series parralel design and you should do the same with batteries do series parralel till there is 48 volts at the connection at charge controller.48 volts is more effecient and you should be useing proper batteries car batteries wont work worth crap get 6 volt golf cart batteries good luck you guys give a good try thats how you learn love watching

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Zx the legend
Zx the legend

MY GUY PICK ME UP PLEASE I NEED PROTECTION FROM APRIL 2020

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Landon Coleman
Landon Coleman

Some of the electric awnings have LED light strips at the end.

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Korey Kuehni
Korey Kuehni

Could use the 2 panels with a separate controller to charge the main batteries. Mount those batteries outside too, you don’t want them inside the cabin.

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Virgilio Dieppa
Virgilio Dieppa

Corian counter top😎

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Nic Henry
Nic Henry

I think you need to put two more post on both of the ends so your table doesn’t bend and possibly doesn’t break

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Reb Khosh
Reb Khosh

What ever happened to the boat?

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whitewallentgrp
whitewallentgrp

I would use the extra two panels dedicated for your refrigerator and the others for everything else

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Brandon Miller
Brandon Miller

Idea for the roof: AstroTurf, outdoor couch and chairs, fire pit and a grill.

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Jorge Acevedo
Jorge Acevedo

You need air conditioner inverted

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Tommy Marlin
Tommy Marlin

Great job guys!!

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Keegan Spivey
Keegan Spivey

Y’all should do a damaged camper rebuild

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Luke Plays
Luke Plays

Cut open the roof and get a tent that can pop up for natural air and more head space

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Thymonerade HD
Thymonerade HD

you can’t get coronavirus without lime disease

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Da Shop
Da Shop

put a rack on the top a small one beside the solar system

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E Dogg36
E Dogg36

you guys are nuts I could have told you what was going to happen to your inverter but you guys were lucky you didn't burn anything down because I've seen it happen I'm not criticizing I think what you guys do is great just be careful you don't want to hurt yourself shit I have years of experience and I'm still learning might want to consult a master electrician this isn't something you just learned on the Fly and by the way I still gave you guys a thumbs up

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Reese Benjamin
Reese Benjamin

I would put mini fans under the table to remove heat the inverter and put wood over the battery and inverter to add storage

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eric versachi
eric versachi

You need to run the ac off the generator not the solar Its a must, Youll eat those batteries alive.

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Debsi GT
Debsi GT

What about a toilet?

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Stephen Siano
Stephen Siano

I would highly recommend not using a stone top for the counter, but if you really want a stone top I would say go for a man made material. You might be able to find a scrap piece at a stone fabrication shop that’s local. If it was my project I would say look for a piece of butcher block or reclaimed wood.

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JDM SHADOWZ
JDM SHADOWZ

I agree not to put a stone top it wont absorb the bumps it would crack and break I suggest using a different material somethings strong bendable and doesnt weigh much

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CYNICAL YT
CYNICAL YT

I like one of these vids

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JDM SHADOWZ
JDM SHADOWZ

You should get a thermal camera system for the apocalyptic truck so no zombies or Corona patients gets to you (JDM SHADOWZ)

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David Villegas
David Villegas

The mustang FS

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Johnny_Gee
Johnny_Gee

Hurry up and get to 2 million.... 😁😁😁 stay safe DUUUDES

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Isaiah Beck
Isaiah Beck

Need a fold down bed off the side of a wall where y’all both have somewhere to sleep

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AC4643
AC4643

16:03 that caught me off guard

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Chris Perriam
Chris Perriam

Enjoying what you guys are doing with the truck. Wonder what you think of having a sliding door ( maybe not glass but something along those lines ) so you can keep the truck doors open , so when your parked up it will give you more light and protection from the weather.

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Robert Melendez
Robert Melendez

Let’s get back to dads truck!!

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Kaiser Sose
Kaiser Sose

Great content guys...I think the turret above the cab needs an airsoft minigun...😆

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Dad Life
Dad Life

So I’m waiting to see what you guys do for some tunes in that rig. Looking good so far given you guys have never tackled a project like this before.

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Jeremy Bentley
Jeremy Bentley

Save someone's life. Look forward to watching your videos, really like how you show your mistakes and not cover them up. At the same time you take large overwhelming takes and break them down into stalls tasks. Well done. About saving a life, make your own goonsquad face shields. They will go beyond this pandemic. If you want to know more just ask me. Cheers.

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Keto Beach
Keto Beach

Couldn't have picked a better time for that vehicle. Just stack it with toilet paper.

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Mark Copland
Mark Copland

Remember when you are not using your refrigerator, make sure you leave the door open so it won't smell. You may need to put something in front of your solar panels so when you travel the wind won't get Underneath and rip your panels of when traveling.

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Big D
Big D

Kicking ass and taking numbers ✊🔋💥

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Dropsy
Dropsy

back in 1986 chernobyl blew up, and I was born, SO happy birthday to me, thanks for this build lockdown has me bored as fuck.

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Tim Glass
Tim Glass

Sorry, but I just have to question the education level of these boys, I'm watching them making some really dangerous mistakes. A lot of what they're doing on this build is common knowledge stuff that I learned in High School.

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DetailingQc
DetailingQc

You can install fan whit wood for best aération whit électric module for dont take fire 🙂

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rk22cc
rk22cc

5 coats

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Mahi Mahi
Mahi Mahi

No plan at all

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Noel & Kaylee
Noel & Kaylee

Put a roof rack above the cock pit

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Todd R
Todd R

Butchers

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Cristhian Rodriguez
Cristhian Rodriguez

this project is lit

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JUST RIDE IDAHO
JUST RIDE IDAHO

Here’s one built in WA you might like if you haven’t already seen it :) nomemory.info/video/2MrElM_cpdeceKg/video.html

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Luis Gutierrez
Luis Gutierrez

You guys need to watch this one here! Tons of ideas for you guys nomemory.info/video/2MrElM_cpdeceKg/video.html

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Trevor Koch
Trevor Koch

Next build should be A Cadillac CTS V......

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Kadin Roy
Kadin Roy

What happed to the super charged cop car you guys should drive it on video

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Michael J. Rusyn III
Michael J. Rusyn III

Put the batteries outside under the box, that will be safer and give more storage inside

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discscscs
discscscs

No way u need 8 solar panels bruh but I’m no professional 🤷‍♀️ gotta save some room to chill up there

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rorythekid89
rorythekid89

You guys have the smallest arms and legs I have seen. Glad you can actually get work done with them.

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GuillotineStare
GuillotineStare

I love these guys. They are learning every video and have no fear! Love it. BUT the Ryobi tool use is not acceptable. I see yo got a mix of tools. But ryobi is never the answer.

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Brian A
Brian A

2 scrapped solar panels + 2 blown converters = tax write off

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Frank Schultz Auditing News
Frank Schultz Auditing News

Call 1-800-DIG

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Virginia Villanueva
Virginia Villanueva

What happened to your boat

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Austinthebiga
Austinthebiga

LED all the lights on the truck so it looks 😩👌

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MannyRomero
MannyRomero

You guys are going to die in your sleep with those batteries

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Andrew Johnson
Andrew Johnson

I almost spit out my food when you guys said it was "hot" outside and close to 90! It's like 37 degrees up in MA! I still have my friggin heat on!! 😫

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Tim Glass
Tim Glass

To many lead acid batteries in a small enclosed space. whether they wanted to or not, they just made themselves a cute little Gas Chamber. Oh My God.

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TheRogBar
TheRogBar

never connect solar to controller before connecting controller to battery , else u burn out controller. Always connect controller to battery before connecting solar. And disconnect solar before disconnecting battery.

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REVSMOG
REVSMOG

Consider putting the batteries under the chassis rather than taking up space inside the living area

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Domane 1035
Domane 1035

I really appreciate you guys creating content every 3 days. It keeps me entertained during these crazy times. I found this video about AGM vs. LiFePO. 4. He talks about how AGM typically can discharge to 50% to extend the cycle life of the battery. LiFePO. 4 can discharge up to 80% and is lighter but more expensive. Maybe you can benefit from this or not. nomemory.info/video/2JbM19C-ZrhufH4/video.html

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Bodean Digs
Bodean Digs

don't forget to vent those batteries fellas

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jason duncan
jason duncan

put terf on the top

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tkosta08
tkosta08

Wire 4 panels in series then combine the other 4 in series then connect the two arrays in parallel. This will lower your voltage and increase your amperage which the charger will handle.

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Compete Faith
Compete Faith

Jimmy is a little bit j-j-jumpity with the hand movements there

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imaslowlerner
imaslowlerner

You guys might need a plastic container to store your batteries, the acid will damage your nice floor also needs to be ventilated being it's in an enclosed area where you will be spending time. I sure you guys already had that figured out.

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Pegasus 898
Pegasus 898

That battery bank won’t even last 5 mins for that air conditioner lol

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ankit kumar
ankit kumar

cooling will be the issue.. mind it

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rollnthundr99
rollnthundr99

I say keep the 2 unused panels but mount them to the doors that way when the doors are open you are getting some energy and those 2 should be able to power ur canopy and other stuff u wont be using all the time just an idea where you could use em.

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AMGPilot
AMGPilot

Just an accident waiting to happen..............................

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msj2324
msj2324

I love the channel guys, but I feel like you don’t listen to your viewers. From previous videos there were many great suggestions from ppl Who know exactly what there talking about, clearly telling you the type of batteries you Need, as well as not to mount them on the inside.. but keep up the good work.

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Cris Nuyt
Cris Nuyt

You're going to keep frying electronics until you figure out that those things all rely on a specific voltage and configure your batteries to work on those voltage. You use that to run the AC and you're going to kill your batteries (not just drain). There's a reason full sized homes with real battery banks don't run AC off solar unless they are special ramp up types. But, I guess if you have the money to piss away, trial and error works too. Just don't expect reliability and life expectancy. Others already mentioned battery ventilation, even on sealed units. Bottom line, run the AC off the generator, and learn about how to add the solar panel voltage to match battery configuration and inverter also must be at that voltage.

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Dallastexas05
Dallastexas05

Put tv on there

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Brent Uchtman
Brent Uchtman

Hi Guys, You probably need to rubber mount your ac so when you are driving and 4x4 driving it will bounce around heaps and likely get damaged. Keep up the good work.

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John W
John W

Glad to see you guys taking precautions. Masks, gloves, Lysol 👍

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Matthew Harris
Matthew Harris

Are they gonna do bunk beds because one bed isn’t gonna do it😂

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shawn alexander
shawn alexander

Get back to dad's truck please

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Jorge Sandoval
Jorge Sandoval

Try solid surface as the countertop

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Mark Clayton
Mark Clayton

Looking great guys. For the counter top, you should just get one of the pre-made wooden top from the cabinet section at Lowes or Home Depot. They'll be easy to cut for your stove and sink, and won't crack. Also, I find them all the time at places like Habitat Recycle or Good Will stores for pennies on the dollar compared to new. However, if you just wanted to buy new the pricing is already good for what you're getting.

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ANGEL YOUNG
ANGEL YOUNG

Butcher block for countertops would be the best

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Beast Mode
Beast Mode

Keep the 2 solar just in case

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crazy jeeper
crazy jeeper

I think if you use a granite countertop you stand a chance of cracking it. I would go with a composite

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Bhilbert44
Bhilbert44

You should upgrade all exterior lights to LED

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Earl Richardet
Earl Richardet

Bus Grease Monkey on NOmemory just did a battery and solar conversion on his RV Bus... Check out his videos to see what batteries he recommends for RV use... Its been fun so far, sorry to see that you crashed a couple of devices.

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BISES 8E 2K17
BISES 8E 2K17

Guys please improve the table

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Yehuda Goldberg
Yehuda Goldberg

Lead acid batteries are last centuries tech. Use lithium ion phosphate batteries like Battleborn. Or you can build your own. Edit: I see people recommending AGM, while definitely better than lead acid, lithium is better in every way.

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Chris Veliz
Chris Veliz

I'd love to see a (Tractor Supply) tractor paint, black paint job on this.

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John Paul Jansen
John Paul Jansen

I like the new music

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Blackfoot Minuteman
Blackfoot Minuteman

VENT THE BATTERY'S!

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liudas5377
liudas5377

U could have wired those extra panels in parallel. More panels = faster charge times.

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Cooper Twyman
Cooper Twyman

Normies:use that for the covid outbreak Me and the boys: CRAWL OUT THROUGH THE FALLOUT

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Jayson10115 [OSG1]
Jayson10115 [OSG1]

I would keep the Solar panel’s for a nother progect

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Sydney Charter
Sydney Charter

some hope for trying times : "But you know, happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light." ― Albus Dumbledore

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Sebastien D'Amours
Sebastien D'Amours

This is a nice project guys but please dont cut corners! use the right battery type, use metal conduits for the mppt and all cabling inside. Get an electrician to check cabling and make the right bypass circuit to switch from sector to battery or generator. There is no « negative » in AC electricity. Use a mini split instead of a cheap window ac. Get a real fridge to get proper amount of food for your needs. Check solar panels option to switch to series/parralel, series has many advantages but no good in partial shading, parrallel require bigger cooper and voltage drop is more significative, but in this case short length and small setup could be 12v

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Pfajai
Pfajai

nomemory.info/video/3JbIu5SssMSehX4/video.html Bus Grease Monkey has a couple good vids regarding solar setup on his bus.

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JesusandDee
JesusandDee

Hey guys, Try Corian counter tops. It is synthetic, but it looks very close to granite. Should be a a lot more flexible for off-roading.

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