Battery charger maintainer?

icleancarpetz

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Which battery maintainer are you guys using?

Like to keep the backup slide-in battery, boat and zero turn battery maintained and ready thru the winter.
 

Dwain Ray

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This is the one thats been on my shelby for the past 10 years also have the same on my spare machine. Haven't had any problems, it will charge , although it's only 3amp but it maintains and exercises also. I have it hard wired with a quick connect plug but it also comes with clamps that plug in too

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Dwain Ray

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Is there a maintainer that does several batteries at the same time?
Im sure their is but i would rather have 3 59.00 maintainers than 1 for 150.00 that maintains 3 i prefer the flexibility. you can parallel the batteries and maintain more than 1 with 1 charger but you would probably need a more powerful one. When i had a boat i had a dual bank charger. It charged 2 main start and 2 auxiliary deep cycle batteries . It was built in and cost around 300.00 in1999 heres 1 i found by googling multiple battery bank charger

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Dwain Ray

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:headscratch:
you're overthinking it, Raf

if the batteries are out of the boat, mower and TM, (or even in) go buy a 10/2 amp auto-off charger.
just throw 2amp charge on them once a month thru the off season and they'll be fine.


..L.T.A.
I gotta ask what does ..L.T.A. mean? Im not a textin kinda guy and you folks use so many acronyms that i have an acronym dictionary on speed dial
 

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