Okay, i have some friends that have a 1996 Fleetwood Prowler, its about 35ft long with a super slide (dinette and couch). This rig has 2 12 volt batteries. I have pulled this rig to an RV park where it is always plugged in to shore power. It will not be going anywhere else, it will not be traveling anywhere else this is pretty much its last stop. Is there any reason that we couldn't replace the 2 12 volt batteries with just 1 12 volt battery? Its still just a 12 volt system and it will always be plugged into shore power. All opinions appreciated.
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I agree, so long as you have reliable shore power (or generator power) no need for batteries beyond one for .. Well there are reasons to have one, a Group 24 is just fine, and don't worry about starting, marine/deep cycle or deep cycle, just a low cost (Wal-Mart) Group 24 maintence free.
If you plan on running on battery power, as I do Saturday. You need more.
Home is where I park it.
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