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Old 12-01-2014, 07:57 AM   #1
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Battery Help

I have a 91 Pace Arrow on a Chevy frame. What type of batteries do I need? Both of mine are dead.

The RV is in NC at my moms house and I'm in KS. My mom called me a couple days ago to ask if they could move it. She called back and said it wouldn't start and the batteries were cracked and needed to be replaced. They have pulled and discarded the old ones so I can't match what was in there. The batteries were old anyway.

Thanks for any help.
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Old 12-01-2014, 11:36 AM   #2
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I have a 91 Pace Arrow on a Chevy frame. What type of batteries do I need? Both of mine are dead.

The RV is in NC at my moms house and I'm in KS. My mom called me a couple days ago to ask if they could move it. She called back and said it wouldn't start and the batteries were cracked and needed to be replaced. They have pulled and discarded the old ones so I can't match what was in there. The batteries were old anyway.

Thanks for any help.
For the chassis (engine) battery you need a 12v high cranking amp battery.

Usually the House/coach batteries are 2 6v golf cart batteries, i.e., Trojan T-105's or Interstate GC2 batteries connected in series. However some folks use 12v marine batteries connected in parallel, however the 6v system is best.

If there's an RV dealership/repair facility in the area best for her to check with them.

Best of luck and let us know how everything works out....

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