Thank you so much for your feedback. Yep, not exactly trusting info sellers put out there. My first step is asking if anyone has already installed li batteries in a t@b – doesn’t look like it darn. I've got more researching to do. FYI, I’m not deterred by the expense as much as the fact that no one has done it! In retrospect, I should’ve purchased the outback. Since I didn’t, I’m happy to put that extra expense right back into my 2016 maxs. I’ve got a few upgrades to make my Bella nearly perfect for me. Lifted outback axles happening and want to move the spare tire to the tongue. I’m concerned about tire along with the extra weight of 2 6volt batteries, plus the aluminum platform and whatever I put in storage boxes on that platform. My perfect world includes li battery! Maybe WFCO will get this converter on the market someday, doesn’t appear to be available yet.
On February 20, 2017
WFCO has a history of providing RV electrical solutions that the marketplace needs, often well before the demand reaches a peak, and this instance is no exception! As part of WFCO’s continued commitment to providing the RV industry with leading power solutions, we will soon be introducing the industry’s first two-stage Lithium-Ion Converter for RVs.
McKinney Falls is perfect for exploring Austin. You'll find plenty of what you're looking for. Can't wait to hear your report on music, food, graffiti art and other assorted weirdness!elmeaux said:Honestly, I'm looking forward to less "outdoorsy" activities and more "keep Austin weird" on that trip.