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Unread 12-13-2017, 07:28 PM   #41
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Default Re: Going from (6) 6 volt batteries to (3) 12 volt

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You are probably safest with automotive chargers. It's not necessary to disconnect the batteries to recharge them when using 3 separate chargers. Chargers only 'see' what is between their leads, not the batteries to the left and right of them.
You can put a 12v charger on each battery and recharge them separately without having to disconnect anything.
Do your cranking batteries a favor and recharge often. Keep the discharge shallow and the charge quickly after use for the best results.
Thanks Scotty, This is the info I needed... so, charging on 2amp trickle charge over night would be best? or regular charging rate? any recomendations on a charger? I plan to buy 3 rv deep cycle to run around my property... i don't have long runs, and can recharge them everyday if need be... cart goes weeks without being used, just doesn't make sense to have a full bank at the expense for my needs? That's my thinking anyway? what do you think? with Advance auto, 30% coupons gets me a deep cycle for $60 each. so for 180 i'm rolling on new batteries for who knows how long... 2 yrs at what i use them most likely... that would be my hope anyway...
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