Originally Posted by sanjaun2
If you have lead acid 12volt batteries now, and plan to replace them with 6 volt batteries you will be fine.The 6 volt batteries are built better for our application. All you will need is a heavy gauge jumper to put your two batteries in series to make 12 volts. Most auto parts stores will have the short cable or can make one for you. Just know how long you will need.
NO you will NOT need to purchases any new cables when going from TWO 12V to TWO 6v. Just reused one of the old cables thats about 2 or 3 foot long.
In fact you will have ONE EXTRA cable left over when done (1 pos to coach, 1 neg to coach and one cable connecting from the pos post of one battery to the neg post of the other battery). Were before both 12V the batteries were connected directly to the pos and neg of the coach (4 cables).
Check this out below (he had to mod his steps).
I like my Full River 6v AGM's because they fit under my steps with Zero Mods.
All of the Lead Acid 6v that I looked at where a little too tall. Plus AGM's are far superior to lead acid in every way (except price).
2017 Axis / 25.4: Big Foot Levelers, Aims 1200 Watt inverter, Ceramic Window Tint, Full River AGM 6V batteries, Front Hellwig Sway bar / Rear Track Arm, Safe T Plus Steering Stabilizer, PD 4655 converter, Hard Wired Surge Guard, WEboost + WiFi Ranger, LED Headlights/Driving lights, TPMS, Surge tank, Tornado flush, Viair Compressor