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#11547905 - 04/17/16 09:37 AM Trolling Motor Batteries
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Registered: 01/03/08
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Loc: Marietta, Oklahoma
I had a battery blow up that was on a charger mounted in the boat, going to replace both of them and would like to know what are the best and most long lasting batteries for trolling motor batteries? Also what is the best charger to mount in the boat as well, thanks Crappiebait
Can you leave the chargers plugged in for long periods or do you have to unplug them. Help


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#11547938 - 04/17/16 09:53 AM Re: Trolling Motor Batteries [Re: Crappie Bait]
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I have used Deka Batteries since 2004 not one problem what so ever, if your running units(graphs)off the cranking battery,they make a special
battery just for cranking and using multi-units.
As far as chargers go there are a lot of good ones but I like Noco Chargers https://no.co/products/charging/onboard
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