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Old 03-09-2020, 07:30 AM   #1
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Batterys-Again ??

Ok, time to replace...

C Class RV. no solar yet..

Have 2 - 24 deep ,can fit 27 deep and maybe a shoe horn 29 if i move cables,,

Can NOT do 6V not enough height 10.5 will only give .25" to part not comfortable.. \

SO 2 - 24 give 160-180 AH, The 27 are 200, the 29 are 210-220.. now at 50% run down I have 80 to 110ah to use..
So I am told
Litium,, even with 100AH can be run way down to almost 90ah use..

is that true..
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I just recently replaced 6 Golf Cart batteries with 310 Ah of lithium. Love them, no maintenance and yes they go down 90%. Light weight and will probably last 15 plus years.
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Old 03-09-2020, 12:11 PM   #3
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now at 50% run down I have 80 to 110ah to use.. So I am told
Only if you believe batteries are precious heirlooms you hope to pass on to your heirs. Those of us that consider them the consumables that they are use the whole 220Ah if we need it.

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