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Old 02-13-2012, 06:48 AM   #11
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Glad to hear of your good luck with the Sam's batteries. From what I've seen the T-105s are somewhere around $125-150 each vs. $80 each for the Sam's alternative.

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Old 02-15-2012, 10:13 PM   #12
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I just did this myself. After seeing how my trailers wiring was done, I realized it had already killed my 2 Group 24 marine batteries. After testing with a hydrometer it turned out I only lost 1 of the 2.....but they have to stay in pairs so...

After moving my converter closer to the batteries (bigger job than I expected), I would have gone with 2 x 12V Group 29's, however they were about 1 inch too wide to fit on my trailers tongue. The reason I wanted them is they had about 20aH more than the 2xGC2. Those were the only two options I found that came close at a reasonable cost.

Ultimately ended up with the Sam's club energizer GC2's. Just put em in last weekend - all seems well and I'm hoping for many years of good service....


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