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Jon Boat Battery #13297936 10/01/19 12:16 AM
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Hey guys/gals.
Going to put a battery in my boat. Will just be running running my depth finder and lights at night. I also have a green light I made for night fishing, it’s a three foot bulb with 12V ballast in a clear pvc tube, not sure of the draw. What size and brand battery do I need to get reliable service? I have a charger when I get it home and also thinking about a solar panel charging system.
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Re: Jon Boat Battery [Re: NoMinners] #13298158 10/01/19 03:35 AM
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Size 24 deep cycle should be suffcient to do what you want. Walmart brand would be fine or sams club.

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Ok, thank you.

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