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So many lithium 100ah out their #14167636 10/21/21 05:33 PM
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It is hard to find the best one for your buck, anyone out their have one for electronics only?

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Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: Crick] #14167910 10/21/21 10:12 PM
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The best bang for your buck is at Walmart for $99.00

You can order from amazon and get lithiums cheaper, warranty could be an issue though.

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Look at GYLL, I have a 100AH running 3 12” units and 1 of the 3 is a Garmin 1222. The Garmin has a voltage readout on the screen and it’s yet to drop below 12.4V and I generally fish 7-9 hours per trip. Look up David @ Shut Up and Fish in Lewisville, he’s a distributor.

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The cheapest lithium batteries are not designed for marine environments—you would have to make your own water tight case.

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Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: grout-scout] #14167976 10/21/21 11:33 PM
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Originally Posted by grout-scout
The best bang for your buck is at Walmart for $99.00

You can order from amazon and get lithiums cheaper, warranty could be an issue though.
That was my last set of trolling motor batteries. “Best value” is spot on but when is the last time you actually saw a Walmart Ever Start group 29 battery in stock at a Walmart?

Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: Crick] #14168000 10/22/21 12:05 AM
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Got one two weeks ago. I used the Walmart online site to find an Everstart group 29 in stock nearest my location.
Just looked; they are currently out of stock


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Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: Crick] #14168018 10/22/21 12:30 AM
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Only one comes in a boat is a Pro-Guide Lithium battery currently. Even Xpress now is going to them


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Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: Crick] #14168025 10/22/21 12:38 AM
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i just bought two 100ah 12v "CHINS" lithium on amazon. Several fishing guys are using them with great results. I will try out these two on 24v on my Lowrance Ghost and if I like them, will probably add the 3rd and run on the 36V setting.

Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: 361V] #14168028 10/22/21 12:44 AM
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Originally Posted by grout-scout
The best bang for your buck is at Walmart for $99.00

You can order from amazon and get lithiums cheaper, warranty could be an issue though.
That was my last set of trolling motor batteries. “Best value” is spot on but when is the last time you actually saw a Walmart Ever Start group 29 battery in stock at a Walmart?




Most of ours down in this area have them still, but not exactly a fisherman’s paradise for boaters down here either. I’m sure the Pickens are slimmer in East & North Texas. (I have no clue where your county is)

Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: SkeeterRonnie] #14168055 10/22/21 01:37 AM
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Originally Posted by SkeeterRonnie
i just bought two 100ah 12v "CHINS" lithium on amazon. Several fishing guys are using them with great results. I will try out these two on 24v on my Lowrance Ghost and if I like them, will probably add the 3rd and run on the 36V setting.

Let us know how they work out

Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: n_fish] #14168078 10/22/21 01:59 AM
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Originally Posted by n_fish
Look at GYLL, I have a 100AH running 3 12” units and 1 of the 3 is a Garmin 1222. The Garmin has a voltage readout on the screen and it’s yet to drop below 12.4V and I generally fish 7-9 hours per trip. Look up David @ Shut Up and Fish in Lewisville, he’s a distributor.

I have the same exact setup with a Nocco charger set on Lithium. It works great. Call David at Shut Up and Fish and he will hook you up.


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Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: Crick] #14168160 10/22/21 04:35 AM
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I put two (2) of these in my new boat for $998 total and they are 120 AH

Also using NOCO charger

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08L34BZWV/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1


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Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: Crick] #14168236 10/22/21 12:14 PM
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I ran the Ionic lithium batteries for a year (36v Ultrex) and they did good until one of them died. Ionic stood by their warranty and sent a new battery. He mentioned to me that a power pole charge wasn't the best charger to use for lithium batteries if you run 3 12v for TM. If you run a single 24 or 36 then its fine. I sold those and went with the Battle Born Batteries 100ah and have been please! Again, a Power Pole Charge was not recommended for us with 3 12v batteries. I ordered a new 4 bank MK 460 PC and set it to agm as recommended. The 100ah lasted all day this past weekend in 25mph winds on Guntersville with plenty left.

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Originally Posted by doctorxring


I put two (2) of these in my new boat for $998 total and they are 120 AH

Also using NOCO charger

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08L34BZWV/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&th=1


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Wow. 60ah for $299 is an awesome price for the trolling motor.

Re: So many lithium 100ah out their [Re: Crick] #14168795 10/22/21 09:37 PM
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I've been testing ampowsure lithium out of Hutto for a few weeks now. No issues and no different than the BattleBorns I've tested against. 12v, 24v and 36v 50ah is what I've tested with their own charger. Owner has a PhD in batteries, guy really knows his stuff. I think they'll do great having a central location especially in Texas. Don't think they are readily available until 2022

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