I apologize for posting
an RV question here, but you all seem very smart about this stuff and I'm getting really mixed answers from RVer's. I hope you'll indulge me and give some thought to the following question which I suspect is highly relevant to boaters as well. Here goes:
I recently purchased a 10 year old Class C Bornfree. On the drivers side there is space for two deep cells, but no more. I'd like to add two more deep cells. There is a storage
bay on the passenger side of the coach that I am going to put a Magnum inverter
in. I'd like to add two deep cycles so that I would have a total of four. My plan would be to buy 4 new 6 volt golf cart batteries. There would be about 6 feet of separation between the two sets of batteries. The problem is that I am getting answers all over the map about whether this is a good idea. Several RV tech and sales people have said I can do it if I use suffeciently heavy wire. The Magnum tech guy told me that it is not a good idea because even with really heavy gauge wire, the batteries would drawn down differently.
What do you all think? Is this something that can be done in such a way that I am not harming the battery
set and in such a way that I am not reducing the power available from the battery