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Old 12-10-2015, 11:40 PM   #11
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Hattie. We were were in Yosemite that next week you are talking about. Hoses froze-tried to put the slide-out in w dying battery n realized I'd 2 inches of frozen snow on top-im gonna pay in leaks someday for that.

I wish Elon musk n his tesla geniuses would make a battery that could handle a couple of days of boo docking.

Ok - looking into the 6v solution
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I wish Elon musk n his tesla geniuses would make a battery that could handle a couple of days of boo docking.

Ok - looking into the 6v solution
Ahhhh, you may be looking at the wrong guy for the battery future. Prosche has anounced that its 2016 EV can travel 300+ miles (on a charge) and the batteries/charging system they now have, recharges the batteries to 80% in 15 minutes, opposed to 2 1/2 hours for Elon's batteries/charger system. Back to the drawing boards for Elon. The battery/electronics industry is finally moving forward. Down the road of time, the RV industry should benefit from these new things...

2 T105's should handle a 2 day weekend, but it will still be close if the furnace is running. The furnace fan is a battery killer.

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