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Old 07-17-2017, 12:35 PM   #7
TyCreek
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Axis 24.2
State: Idaho
Posts: 531
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Originally Posted by 99dart View Post
Very pretty country in the pics! Fellow PNW'erner here. Good to hear the batteries held up for you. Does your Axis have a residential fridge? My wife is paranoid about trying out our batteries to power our fridge. The factory twin 12v batteries were toast, so I had 2- 6v units installed. We shall find out soon how they hold up.
Our Axis has propane fridge so the power needs are greatly reduced and I'd expect a couple GC batteries to need a daily recharge to handle res fridge cooling requirement.

I'm guessing most factory batteries are degraded in the sales part of their life. Our batteries only went through a build -> delivery process and had a few cells quite low upon arrival. Once filled they've had minimal water use since then and our rig stays plugged in except when we're using it.
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