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Old 04-20-2018, 02:33 PM   #41
Cason61
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: 34F
State: Oklahoma
Posts: 628
THOR #8432
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Originally Posted by Drau2th View Post
I would like to see a YouTube video of that as well. The chassis battery is near impossible to check let alone change out. It is buried under a myriad of cables and hoses!
Oh yeah, forgot about all those cables. No room and not to mention, those batteries are way down low, VERY heavy and in a compartment that dosn't have lots of room to spare. AND of course the battery chambers of the inside battery... well you might need a light to see. All that acid gets on your hands, which gets on your clothes, which has to be washed off ASAP. Wear a set of gloves to keep you from doing the ingrown habit of scratching your face without thinking. Wished they made this job easier somehow. Like the batteries sit on pinned moveable tray and the connections are just one big twist to open or close. They make them you know.
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