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Old 09-28-2018, 11:22 PM   #2
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Default Re: Additional House Batteries

There have been a couple of other recent threads about that situation (i forget how they played out, or if we ever heard "Done!")

Certainly you can physically do it, there's the moderate hassle of running (thick) wires to and fro, putting the same type/capacity battery in both spots, perhaps increasing the current capacity of the isolation relay, etc etc.

Do you already have the Aux Battery Tray there in the engine compartment?

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