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Old 10-25-2015, 10:26 AM   #21
Join Date: May 2015
Location: Brooksville,Fl
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Originally Posted by coupevillefish View Post
Well, the jury is in. After an 8.5 hour day, but only about 300 miles because of several stops, the battery is dead. The trickle charge was not sufficient to keep up with the time and possibly the stop and go traffic through Sesttke, Tacoma, and Portland.

My current plan is to run it each time we stop then eventually get the larger battery. Fortunately, we have a jump start battery with us to get it going in the morning.
I installed the switch. Bought it from Blue Ox. Think it was about $60.00. Have never had any problems with losing radio settings etc. We still run ours about every third stop to keep the fluids flowing.

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