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The_King48

Battery

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How would one check to see if a older battery will hold up??? Also what would be a good battery to go with for a wheel house and a forced air furnace??

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King48, I have a 6.5x16 with a forced air furnace. I run the batteries that I use for my trolling motor during the summer. 2-Trojan SCS225's, size 31. Mine are now 8 years old and still going strong. Just keep them filled with distilled water, and keep them charged. I'd also recommend that the charger you use for them is capable of replacing the charge at ~the same rate you used the charge. That is per the Trojan Battery rep that I quizzed on how to make MY batteries last. I charge with a 30 amp automatic charger. As far as 'testing' I did it by setting up my house in the driveway and 'living in it' for the weekend. Kinda "test flying it". Glad I did that too. Made my first nights on the ice more comfortable by already knowing what the "bumps in the night" were. Phred52

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