Originally Posted by ennis437
Also do you guys who use 2 6 volt batteries use a custom battery box or just run a jumper between 2 6 volt boxes? Looking for a clean set up without any modifications if possible.
Welcome to the forum!!! I am not sure as to how the battery(s) tray is setup on your model. The EAGLE 284BHS has 2 battery trays on the tongue. One raised one and one lowered one. The top front tray only fit a size 24 battery but the lower rear one fit either a 24 or 27 battery. I modified the top front tray to accept the battery box of a size 27 battery. I know some of the trailers have a long tray under the front of the TT.
If your tanks are at the front of the tongue, you may have enough room to make your own tray out of angle iron and bolt it or weld it to the frame behind the tanks.
I would call the dealer and ask him to verify where the battery tray is. Here is a picture of my conversion.
Here is a link to another members battery tray project:
Good luck, and happy camping!
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