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  • 01-02-2020
    VMAX deep cycle batteries are well-known high-performance and robust batteries delivering long recharging potential. Unlike other marine batteries, VMAX deep cycle batteries have a great capability to work for longer and don’t need many operations or maintenance. They are solar power battery and could also be used in extreme weather conditions. For more information visit at
  • 03-19-2018
    Some people will say a converter will fry the motor, it's not so much the converter frying it as much as it is frying cause you can run wide open for hours at a time. As long as you run a battery between the converter and troller you'll be good to go
  • 03-19-2018
    Thanks folks. Been charging it in back of truck while I'm driving to lake.
  • 03-17-2018
    10 amps is the most recommended for a deep cycle battery. Most small generators put out at least this much.
  • 03-17-2018
    Running a charger while you're running the motor will fry the charger.
  • 03-17-2018
    No. Use a converter
  • 03-17-2018

    Charging trolling battery on the go....

    Hey folks,

    Can I hook up a battery charger between my generator and my trolling motor battery while it's in use?

    If so, any words of caution? (Damage to the battery, charger, trolling motor, etc?)


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