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  1. Boxers R Best
    10-16-2014 07:46 AM
    Boxers R Best
    ChargerGuy, this is Boxers R Best, how much would 36 volt charger that you recommended ($77) plus shipping. What would that total be to 39503? can you send to my email? pepperdr@bellsouth.net
    Thanks
  2. kelpy
    05-14-2014 03:32 PM
    kelpy
    Charger Guy-
    I need a replacement for a 24 volt 4 bank 60 amp battery charger in a Broward. It currently has a Newmar unit that is original to the boat (1997) and it is getting iffy. There isn't enough room to put in two 2 bank chargers. Any help would be appreciated.

    Pat Kelly
    kelpy@bellsouth.net
  3. Sneaky Snooker
    05-04-2014 10:26 AM
    Sneaky Snooker
    Bought it from Skiffworld. It was made by Red Zone apparel. I told them how unhappy I was with the quality, they sent me another as a gift so I don't want to bad mouth them. The best quality performance T I own is made by Denali. Red Zone use to use them but said Denali raised their wholesale price by 40 %
  4. MotorSportsUnlimited
    04-07-2014 07:08 AM
    MotorSportsUnlimited
    Do you sell jump boxes?
  5. engdept1
    04-03-2014 07:29 PM
    engdept1
    Will a 1200 peak watt 800 continuous watt gen run the pro tech 12v 40 amp charger? Thanks Jon
  6. grey2112
    03-08-2014 04:41 PM
    grey2112
    I am charging two DEKA Group 24 starter batteries and one WM Group 24 deep cycle/house battery. No trolling motors - just normal starting of motor and running all electronics (2 GPS/FF simrad units, VHF, stereo, livewell, washdown pump) off house battery - may eventually get some LED lights. I just want something reliable that will have a long life.
  7. ChargerGuy
    02-11-2014 08:26 AM
    ChargerGuy
    Hi John, I am happy to help out.

    Are you looking to just charge and keep topped off for days/weeks, or are you looking to just charge once in a while, but once charged remove the batteries and then connect to a new set?

    Feel free to call me.

    Thanks!
    Jason
    727-488-8575
  8. GB36-210
    02-11-2014 08:12 AM
    GB36-210
    Charger Guy, we have about a dozen batteries, Grp 24, 27 & 31's removed from boats for the winter stored inside in CT. Looking for a single "shop" charger to rotate these batteries thru mid winter charging, (maybe up to 3 at a time ?) and then again in the springtime ... recommendations ? Price ? Availability ? Ordering details ? Thanks John

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