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Posted: 01/13/22 09:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If I’m not being too forward, I bet your husband could change the battery. Worst case it would take 2 people due to the weight.
Mighty Max sealed lead acid, (SLA) is $500 and free shipping on Amazon. Would work as they don’t need water added
I bought a pair of them 6v for our old camper. They appeared to be quality.
I can’t imagine it’s difficult to reprogram the charging voltage.
Sorry to hear, but Good luck with the sale!


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An 8D AGM Interstate battery is about $700. No shipping as Interstate has dealers all over the country. Without knowing the exact model number of your Xantrex Inverter/Charger, I would not worry about reprogramming from the Lifeline. Most RV OEM's that install Lifelines as standard use Inverter/Chargers that can be programmed for Lifelines and then changed to other brand AGM's. But I would need the model of your Inverter. Doug

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Posted: 01/15/22 03:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Toss the husband, keep the coach.


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