Funster No : 172
Join Date: Aug 2007
Location: scarborough, nth yorks
About Me: Waiting for Tommorrow
Interests: beer,tv and motorhoming
MH Type: A class
MH Model: Rexhall Rexair 6.8ltr V10 ford triton
Years Motorhoming: 8 years
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depends on your average electric useage...if you're a very light user, no TV and minimal lghting etc or only use campsites with hookup then you maybe wont benefit from a second battery.
Originally Posted by bailey
Is there a big benefit for going for 2 and what should be the Average price.
if spend time 'off grid' then the more reserve battery power you have the longer you can stay off hookup.
I have 4 x 110amp batteries giving me 220amps usable power (only discharge to 50%) but as a relatively heavy user (rv's eat power ) we can get 3 to 4 days when the sun is too weak to get any real charge from the solar panel
normally, as with anything, the more you pay the better the quality...but not always.
£70 to £80 is average for a 110ah lead/acid battery.
I'm trying to see it from your point of view
but i cant get my head that far up my ass
Last edited by pappajohn; 06-03-2013 at 18:11.