If you're maximizing your 'efficiency' then why use plywood? Nobody that is
trying to increase strength and lower weight using plywood anymore, they use
Carbon Fiber. So spend a few extra $k and invest in a trailer that will weight
10lbs to hold your 2kw array.

Rush Dougherty
Tucson AZ 85719


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> If you scaled down and accepted kevel one charging you could use 550 5 inch
cells. 2000
> watts. Have a 8 x 12 foot tear drop trailer.  It might push you 15 mph on
level ground or charge
> you in 21 hours.  Many variations for shape, power  and speed. I would have
eyelets on each
> corner to tie it down in high winds. The whole DIY build would be plywood on a
light weight
> trailer.    Lawrence Rhodes
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