Stranded Posted August 30, 2021 Share Posted August 30, 2021 Curious question, I know. I recently got some newer Zamp panels for my trailer, which will take them from 200 watts to 230 watts. On my 2017 trailer, the two older style Zamp Legacy style solar panels were attached with aluminum angle bars on the sides and they were screwed together where they butted up to each other. On the newer Zamp panels, they have have special mounting bolts that go into a recessed area around the perimeter of the panels. For the portion of the panels that butt next to each other, I'm wondering how the factory joins them together: do they simply drill longer holes through the recessed valley on both panels and then through bolt? or do they use a piece of flat aluminum and still utilize the Zamp special mounting hardware by having them both mount to an aluminum bar? If someone with a newer trailer could send me a picture of the underside of the solar panels, I'd sure appreciate it. Specifically where the two panels butt up next to each other. I'm just curious to see how the factory mechanically connects them before I start drilling holes in my panels. Thanks! 2017 Elite 1 Hull 220 1997 Dodge 2500 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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