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Old 08-18-2006, 02:38 PM   #1
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Recently replaced my prematurely failed 6 volt batteries. Apparently, they had not been maintained by the dealer during my coach's long wait for a good home.

Checked with the factory for an 05 battery water system; ~$300.

Saw the Pro-fill battery water system at Camping WOrld on sale for ~$50 (3 each for 6 batteries) plus an $18 pump. Decided to buy it.

Install was simple, parts seem well made and I was able to route the water feed tube around the battery case, so topping off water doesn't require removing the box; pretty quick and simple.

http://www.campingworld.com/browse/products/index.cfm/P...prodID=4592:src=CROS
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Recently replaced my prematurely failed 6 volt batteries. Apparently, they had not been maintained by the dealer during my coach's long wait for a good home.

Checked with the factory for an 05 battery water system; ~$300.

Saw the Pro-fill battery water system at Camping WOrld on sale for ~$50 (3 each for 6 batteries) plus an $18 pump. Decided to buy it.

Install was simple, parts seem well made and I was able to route the water feed tube around the battery case, so topping off water doesn't require removing the box; pretty quick and simple.

http://www.campingworld.com/browse/products/index.cfm/P...prodID=4592:src=CROS
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