Congrads on the new rig. Lots of great places to camp close to our home. I buy all my RV , Boat batteries at Costco. Good price, good battery. I run twin group 27 deep cycle marine. We can dry camp about 4 days if we are careful. At that point the TV needs more voltage. Best of Luck.
Just picked up a nice pair of 6v golf cart batteries yesterday from costco. $90 each. best price after calling all over town.
tent camped all over oregon my whole life, now I need to find some boondock spots that my trailer can access
1999 Cameo by Carriage 26FLS bought in February 2012 (our first trailer)
TV is a 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD 4X4 Crew Cab Short Bed with a 6.6l Duramax and Allison Transmission
Thanks everyone. For my current batteries I've decided to go with another pair of 12volts. There were a couple of reasons. First, when I got to Costco, planning to purchase the 6v batteries for sale there, I found them to be no name made in Mexico, with a 6/12 warranty (6 mo. replace, 12 mo. pro-rated). Right next those were the 12 volt group 27 Kirkland batteries made in USA with a 12/30 warranty. The total AH of the two 12v in parallel was slightly greater than the 2 6v in series, but mostly those 6v batteries didn't strike me as trustworthy.
Second, I had 12v in the rig and I knew I could just swap out the old batteries for the new without having to do too much figuring on the wiring setup.
I still think I will eventually move to a 6 volt system, but for right now the 12 volt was just easier. Thanks to everyone here for your helpful posts.