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Author: Subject: twin leisure batteries/ solar panels
mNeil
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posted on 28-6-2006 at 07:44 Reply With Quote
twin leisure batteries/ solar panels

went down the road of twin leisure batteries on norman after running short of battery life during the winter; you know; off the water by 4pm and dark by 4.15pm +minus 1 or 2 outside; lights on ,heater blower on tv on....and after a few days of that the tv goes off in the middle of a good film!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
well twin leisure batteries really made the difference and even better - fit a solar panel. my new van came with on fitted and is the business.my dad fittd one last week to his van and even with just one leisure battery has kept it at full charge............the cost with the regulator was only about 150 ish. and easy to fit, just stick it to the roof with no nails stuff.


[Edited on 28/6/06 by mNeil]





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posted on 28-6-2006 at 10:23 Reply With Quote
i have to agree got twin leisure batteries and solar panel on my kontiki
neil ive never charged my batteries just the job..

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