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Old 12-03-2017, 05:44 PM   #1
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Converter Brand

I have a 2018 Conquest 6238 CL C, about 25'

I want to order a Progressive Dynamics PD9105V Lead Acid Battery Charge Wizard, it worked great on my last motorhome. Before I got it I had to add water to the batteries every month and after I installed it, only once a year or soProgressive Dynamics PD9105V Lead Acid Battery Charge Wizard.

This turns your converter into a smart converter. Does any one know if Gulf Stream uses Progressive Dynamics brand Converter ?

The MH is in storage and it's a PITA to take the bed off to get to it so I am hoping someone here may be familiar with it, and maybe I will go ahead and order it.

I did not get an owners manual for the converter

Thanks in advance , Max
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Do not know what converter they used. If you have the owner's manual case you might find the answer inside same.

OH yes. I have a 9180 witt 9105 Wizard. and I have spent 12 years trying to find a better converter.. No luck so far, Appears they don't get better.
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Write down MFR, Model and Serial and you can probably find the OM online?
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