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Battery chargers #12648806
02/27/18 04:33 AM
02/27/18 04:33 AM
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EvanVidal Offline OP
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Any recommendations for relatively inexpensive battery charger for my boat.

I'm new to this so please tell me why you reccomend what you do and how much.

I have 3 batteries and chrage with a cheap 12vlt trickle charger now. But takes forever to do all three.

Thanks in advance!

Re: Battery chargers [Re: EvanVidal] #12649068
02/27/18 02:15 PM
02/27/18 02:15 PM
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i had a guest 2 battery charger for years. i put a Dual 3 battery charger from Academy in when i changed to a 36v trolling motor and sold my guest to a friend. both are still doing fine. i do have to re-do the connections about once a year because of corrosion, but my boat hangs in slings over saltwater, so that might make the problem worse.


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