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Old 01-29-2007, 03:04 PM   #1
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Default Deep cycle Batteries

Just purchased a Deep Cycle battery to run my dyno...The question I have is how often should I throw it on the trickle charger(2amps)? Should I do it after every race weekend? or should I let it go a few weeks thanks any input is greatly appreatiated..
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I would through the charger on it after each use. From many, many fishing trips and countless hours of trolling motor use, our batteries last years with a charge nightly.
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