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Old 05-10-2019
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^^—— Were I doing it again, lithium Battle Borns or a reconfigured Nissan Leaf pack is the way I’d go. However since this is a 6V Deep Cycle thread - AGM’s were my cost effective choice. If you’ve not seen my 1,260 + 400 Ah AGM project find it HERE starting around post #53-57 and running for a couple pages. Sams AGMs are a good buy but last time I checked were not available out west. Definitely do not want batts you must water. I LOVE wet GC2’s or T105’s for their low price/Ah, but let one run dry and you just cost yourself what upgrading to a whole pack of AGM’s would be. Sure there’s watering systems, but why not go hassle free?

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Battleborn sure has been spending money on Youtubers lately. They are way overpriced, but seem like a well-designed solution for sure.
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