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I use optima blue. I went with them
Because the only storage I have is in my center console and I got old and didn’t/couldn’t pull them out all the time to check water level. Four years on my current set and still strong.


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I use the Walmart deep cycles. Two of them in parallel. I also have a dedicated battery for starting the big motor. No problems in 4 years.

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get at least a group 27, group 31 if weight and space allows. I use (2) group 27 Interstate on a 19' up in the bow the weight helps with the ride and runs all day salmon "steering"

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I agree on the Wallmarts 

 

I have 3 of them . One lasted 8 years . I buy a new one every 2 years. One for my big boat cranking a Chevy 305. 2 on my small boat for cranking and trolling . 

 

No problems . 

 

Get a good charger and keep them charged . 

 

 

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East Penn Manufacturing makes Deka and Duracell batteries. I use both. 2 in the boat and 2 in the truck.:yes:

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Very impressive batteries here..........6-8 hours straight through on my single minnkota.IMG_1350.thumb.jpg.166a6ffd0726f7e867bcf53896712f01.jpg 

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