Posted by John T on May 22, 2013 at 05:12:27 from (22.214.171.124):
In Reply to: Winch battery? posted by Butch(OH) on May 22, 2013 at 03:50:54:
For a trailer Winch the ONLY battery(s) Id use would be a true Deep Cycle (More like Golf Cart Batteries) NOT those wimpy RV/Marine so called "deep cycle" they sell at Wally World. Trojan and others make them at 12 volt or you could use two regular 6 volt Golf Cart batteries (Trojan or other brands) wired in series. Id also use good heavy gauge cables.
While driving down the road a hot charging connection via your 7 pole trailer wiring plug can charge the trailer battery via your trucks alternator
Sure, about any 12 volt or Wally World half A$$ RV/Marine "Deep Cycle" will "work", but not as well as a true deep cycle golf cart type of battery will. Your money your use your choice
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