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Originally posted by 357IN602@Aug 22 2005, 07:16 PM~3671551
how many batteries will it charge at one time?

you can do at least 10 batteries at once with this puppy. I do 4 at a time though...
 

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Originally posted by blueouija@Aug 22 2005, 04:55 PM~3671735
you can do at least 10 batteries at once with this puppy. I do 4 at a time though...

cool. id rather spend more $$ on a bad ass charger than go cheap. $429 isnt that bad.
 

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Originally posted by 357IN602@Aug 23 2005, 12:22 PM~3675584
cool.  id rather spend more $$ on a bad ass charger than go cheap.  $429 isnt that bad.

well it is a good charger I still have mine after about 7 years and it still is great and they didn't change the design either so if they didn't change it you know they have something good.
 

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is there such thing as a trickle charger for a multi set up? you know like the 2 amp charger for the starting battery on a car that is sitting in the garage? the 2 amps wont over charge but slowly charges to full capacity.
i'm tryin to figure something easy to use, that i can put on and forget about
 

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Originally posted by adamflow1@Aug 24 2005, 10:53 AM~3681947
is there such thing as a trickle charger for a multi set up? you know like the 2 amp charger for the starting battery on a car that is sitting in the garage? the 2 amps wont over charge but slowly charges to full capacity.
i'm tryin to figure something easy to use, that i can put on and forget about

the associated will do a tricklecharge that will last for a very long time... it's easy to use as well...
 

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Originally posted by blueouija@Aug 24 2005, 09:45 AM~3682160
the associated will do a tricklecharge that will last for a very long time... it's easy to use as well...
you mean this one??? ASSOCIATED 9410 12 VOLT
so you just connect the negative to the neative terminal at one end of the battery bank and the positive at the positive end of the battery bank and let it be. "set it and forget it" :biggrin: ???
 

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Originally posted by adamflow1@Aug 24 2005, 02:02 PM~3682896
you mean this one??? ASSOCIATED 9410 12 VOLT
so you just connect the negative to the neative terminal at one end of the battery bank and the positive at the positive end of the battery bank and let it be. "set it and forget it" :biggrin: ???
6082 is the one I use... that how I hook it up but I do 4 batts at once though...
 

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hate to sound cheap, but think maybe i'll use my charger i use for the starting battery. every few days just do one at a time, its not my everyday car. but if i plan to do a bank of 5 batteries, how can anything mess up of i connect the positive on the positive of the battery at one end of the bank, and the negative of the battery on the other end of the bank and run it trickle at 2 amps. so they stay charged....please help me see the light...if i'm talking crazy with that idea
 

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Originally posted by dreday@Aug 25 2005, 10:34 AM~3688861
Street Chargers suck. They can't keep up w/ a switch happy person, which most of us are.

I've heard both sides of the story but I found I'd never need one... I just let my car trickle charge all weekend on my charger and I'm good for the season here... The only time my batteries were going was went my old batteries were on their way out.
 
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