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Posted: 03/25/20 07:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What brand battery charger convertor do you have?

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down home wrote:

CW in Oklahoma City said they had Hawk Brand Maintenance Free deep cycles to replace the T105s for around 700.00 for four. I don't know the brand but it seems the only ones around.
Hawk brand?
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But adding water every few weeks, especially when some distance away is a problem
Perhaps bring them home... assuming that's what you mean.

Maybe all this trouble means you should 'justify' the price of AGMs.

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Maintenance Free Deep Cycle Battery

An oxymoron with regard to a standard wet battery

Like asking for a 12 ply 200 mph rated tire

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First need to review the age, maintenance and charging of the T105s that is causing the corrosion.
Then you just need a watering system for $150.
And once you go AGM there is no particular reason to use GC2 size if something else fits.

For AGM I recommend Lifeline brand.


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time2roll wrote:

First need to review the age, maintenance and charging of the T105s that is causing the corrosion.
Then you just need a watering system for $150.
And once you go AGM there is no particular reason to use GC2 size if something else fits.

For AGM I recommend Lifeline brand.


Why by going AGM does the battery size not matter any more?


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