Advice on Autotrail Tracker FB (1 Viewer)

enjohn49

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Hello, if anyone out there has an Autotrail Tracker FB 2013/2014 I need some advice regarding amount of roof space please. I am collecting a 2014 FB at the end of May. I'm trying to work out if there will be enough room on the roof for 2 x 85w Solar Panels and an 85cm Oyster Satellite dish? Thank you in anticipation.
 
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Hi enjohn45.
I see no-one has responded so here goes..
We have had two Trackers, one had a roof rack fitted and a large central Heki rooflight, so I'm sure you will manage to fit 2 x 85w
solars and a dish.. BUT, why not just fit 1 x 175w panel ??
We have got 1 x 100w panel on our new Tracker and that leaves plenty of room for a dish (if we wanted one).
I can only assume you have already got the panels ??
Mitch..
 

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enjohn49

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Thanks jenny and mitch for replying to my question. Yes, you're absolutely right, I already have the 2 x 85w solar panels. If I was starting from scratch I would have gone for the one 175w panel out of choice. From what you are saying it sounds as though I won't have to go over my budget any more than I have done already!
 

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