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  Reply # 1937898 12-Jan-2018 22:51
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Right just purchased a pair of narada lead carbons off Steve at hitek solar 12v 70amp for my van to campervan conversion. Going to take a while to get an idea on how they are going. Steve was super helpful and showed me his set up it's definitely impressive

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  Reply # 1937901 12-Jan-2018 23:23
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I was just reading a thread about this on whirlpool... 

 

(I'm looking to move "bush" in the  next few months.)

 

 

 

Different reactions on this side of the ditch (last 4 or so posts on the first page anyway).

 

https://forums.whirlpool.net.au/forum-replies.cfm?t=2695733

 

 




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  Reply # 1938021 13-Jan-2018 11:18
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It's hard to trust guys that sell batteries like the guy on that forum critical of lead carbon they are always going to be negative if they don't sell it generally.

As I understand it this is the same as a lead carbon battery so it's not a marketing gimmick.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UltraBattery

 

 

 

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