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Old 26-08-2012, 15:53   #31
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Totally agree with you in that. Also why I suggested heh use his engine alternator to serve as an additional charging method to his house bank like most people do. With a mild 1,2 switch. Blue Sea has a really good combiner set up, simple nd relatively cheap to install. No chance of damaging diodes with it. Good advice ou ga; 1 simple starting battery companies by 1 house bank with multiply batteries.


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