quote:Best way to go. Always have charger with your boat and also maintains the starting battery
get an onboard charger...we have this one and its been a good one. and its on sale for 139.00 For what you are looking to do its going to be hard to find anything worth wild under a 100.00. Onboard charger
So this charger remains connected to your batteries and charges them when you come in to "port" and plug in the extension cord?
I recently rigged up my trolling motor to run on 24v instead of 12. But that basically makes my old 12v charger useless. I can always charge the batteries separate but I'd rather use a 24v charger instead of having to frick with the wiring each time. Problem is - they're dammed expensive. Cant find any on craigslist and Grainger wants over $100 for one. Any tips from you OBers?
Naw, it's a Motorguide that can be rigged both ways. I just chose 24V.
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