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Old 09-29-2015, 08:49 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Hoglou View Post
Everytime I read sump'en that's got Rvbill attached to it I seem to spend money. So what two AGM batts fit in the 2300 footwell?

I tell DW I am just doing the required mechanical upgrades as called for on "the forum". There will be a day when that dog won't hunt....

2 Group 31 AGMs (Duracell) from Sam's Club.

Funny, I tell my DW the same thing...just keeping things in tip top shape for trouble-free camping, like everybody on the forum says to do.

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Old 10-04-2015, 04:56 PM   #22
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Trojan T-105 will last longest when properly set up (our rigs are not properly set up) than any brand; any battery. But, I went with 2 of these... see link... it was a $$$ driven decision.

The only reason for AGM (JMO) is when access is a big issue and maintaining is difficult... or you need the battery to crank the engine, as well..

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