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Charging 31 series AGM #14372467 05/19/22 11:24 PM
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Is a 10 amp per back sufficient for charging AGM's? I bought two (Duracell 31DTMAGM) today for my TM. My charger is a MK 220 Digital.


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Re: Charging 31 series AGM [Re: Topwater2] #14372614 05/20/22 02:35 AM
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That’s what I use. Been fine.


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That’s exactly what I have. No issues charging overnight after a lot of use the day before.


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Originally Posted by Fishspanker
That’s exactly what I have. No issues charging overnight after a lot of use the day before.


I hope these batteries will hold up ALL day long. Our Saturday tournaments are 6:30 to 4:30. I'm a very slow fisherman, I hit every inch of a dock, shade, and piece of cover, so I'm not standing on the trolling motor all day. I'm thinking that those Exides just might be junk. I went from 12V to 24V and either way I couldn't get a full day out of running one on 12V or two batteries running 24V. Years ago I could run two days on one charge, I found out when I got up the next morning and hadn't plugged in the night before.


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