Originally Posted by worthsmokin
Ford I am going all electric. I have a 6 gallon water heater, there is a extra window on the opposite side of the vending window for cross ventilation, 13000btu air, 21' awning. I guess there is no spare tire, that will get taken care of. I talked with James and I am going to furnish the equalizer hitch.
To run all that on electric you will need 50 amp power. It's not available at most places so plan on a big generator. Might want to build one in. At 30 amp with the steam table, water heater and fridge/freezer you are using most of the 30 amp already. The water heater alone will draw 1200-1400 watts.
6 gallon water heater especially electric with a slow recovery rate will be marginal at least here in MI if you are using regular full size SS sinks. Under bar sinks would work.
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