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Old 12-13-2017, 08:28 PM   #41
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Default Re: Going from (6) 6 volt batteries to (3) 12 volt

Originally Posted by scottyb View Post
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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