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Unread 05-01-2012, 07:54 PM   #21
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Default Re: Do I need to chg OBC going 4 12v to 6 8v?

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so by putting out more amps does it charge the batteries faster, and do we need to change anything in the charger itself to put out those extra amps like the fuse.
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Unread 03-06-2013, 10:19 PM   #22
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Default Re: Do I need to chg OBC going 4 12v to 6 8v?

Hey David,

I have a question on upgrading cables on a 2007 Precedent. I have V5 for my OBC. I have put a set up heavier guage cables where all the 6 guage cables were. The newer cable would not go through the OBC so I made a stud to go through it. The bolt is threaded on both sides and has heat shrink around the part that is inside the hole. The stud is stug to the OBC (not real tight) and then the cables attache to each side of the stud. I have 2 rubber washers against eash side to prevent any washers or metal from hitting the obc or frame metal.

Will my cart function normally or have I overlooked someting?

Thanks,
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Unread 03-07-2013, 05:54 AM   #23
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Default Re: Do I need to chg OBC going 4 12v to 6 8v?

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Hey David,

I have a question on upgrading cables on a 2007 Precedent. I have V5 for my OBC. I have put a set up heavier guage cables where all the 6 guage cables were. The newer cable would not go through the OBC so I made a stud to go through it. The bolt is threaded on both sides and has heat shrink around the part that is inside the hole. The stud is stug to the OBC (not real tight) and then the cables attache to each side of the stud. I have 2 rubber washers against eash side to prevent any washers or metal from hitting the obc or frame metal.

Will my cart function normally or have I overlooked someting?

Thanks,
. . . should be ok . . .
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