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Old 08-26-2016, 05:36 PM   #43
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Yes....you are VERY lucky in that you own Trojan Golf Cart batteries which are some of the best built batteries in the market. Trojan's are built so well that YES they can take that type of abuse whereas other battery manufactures cannot.

However, not everyone can afford the Trojan Golf Cart batteries.

I have Sam's Club GC-2 Golf Cart batteries which are doing well and they are now 4 years old.

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Richard, you are right, I have 4 Exide that cost me $95 each. They are now sneaking up on 7 years and going strong. Not always how much but rather how well they are maintained. I added Mineral oil to mine at new and have them plugged in 24/7. Check and and add water every 2-3 months.
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My 07 had a commercial grade inverter and a separate stand alone converter. I ended up with two extra inverters and I had them installed for dry camp this is where the same line issue came into play.
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Here in Phoenix we have the Battery Guy Trojan T105 $95.00 delivered to your coach, installed for a little more
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Here in Phoenix we have the Battery Guy Trojan T105 $95.00 delivered to your coach, installed for a little more
That's a killer price. I bought 8 of them this year and the best deal I could get was $129 and I had to pick them up. I shopped every dealer in the Austin area.
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