i have an Iceco JP30. used it at the bantam festival, worked great.
during the day i plug the fridge into the 12v port in the rear of the jeep. at night i have a U1 size agm lawnmower battery ($125)in a small plastic battery box ($15) and plug the JP30 into that. it ran it fine overnight.
you will also eventually notice there always seems to be enough money to pay the bills and have extra left over... at least that was my experience after she took off to be with her internet fling from colorado lol. magically, i never had problems paying all the bills since then.
so one day this guy with a pet alligator walks into a bar. he has the alligator on a leash.
he gets to the bar and says to the bartender, i'll bet you a drink that i can put my johnson in this alligators mouth and he will bite down and wont leave even a single toothmark.
bartender says ok, go...
***make sure you test your lightning connector with a toothpick. lint gets in there and you cannot see it even with a high power flashlight. only the toothpick test will find it. another symptom of the lint is charging becomes hit/miss. ***
only use a toothpick as metal can damage the connector
there were many forum posts and news reports over the last several months about the chip factory in Japan that burned up. the car electronics portions are not being produced fast enough to meet the supply needs.
i measured the ohms of the speakers i took out of the sound bar.
the tweeter set was 3.8 ohms
the mid/bass set was 2.2 ohms.
i installed 4 ohm 6x9's (one on each side) and they work great. leave the tweeter leads disconnected, only use the mid/bass main connector on each side if using only 1...
my advice, never go alone.
if two other jeeps were there, they could have trained you out for free. plus someone would know where to dig, etc.
if your phone had died you could have been there a week. eatin' mud to survive.
there are about 1000 reasons to not go alone.