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Old 12-29-2014, 06:58 PM   #1
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Sunseeker 3170ds need to replace battery

Presently 1 12 volt size 27 wet. Thinking of replacing with 2 6 volts? Should I stay with 1 or go to 6 volt? Wet or agm? Thanks
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Old 01-03-2015, 11:02 AM   #2
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Does yours go under the steps? My 2012 does and mine came with the optional dual 12v batteries. I recently replaced mine with 27 series Optima's. I took a picture before I unhooked them so I knew how to hook them back up. Let me know if you need the picture.
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What are your goals? Trying to extend battery time for dry camping? Do you only have room for two batteries?

A pair of 12v AGM would provide the most capacity while eliminating water checking/filling. Also of course the most expensive. A pair of 6v wet would provide more capacity than the single 12v, but not by a large amount. Adding another 12v wet would likely provide the most capacity for the dollar spent.
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