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    AGM batteries for sale

    No connection just passing on info. If I needed replacements I reckon I'd give these a crack at $200 each.Fullriver DC120's - about as good as you can get in an AGM. Treated right they should have at least 7 or 8 years left in them.

    https://www.exploroz.com/Classifieds....aspx?id=33606

    "2 x 120 amp fullriver agm batteries. Camper was too heavy so I have gone lithium. These batteries are 3 years old, in excellent condition and test at 98% of original specs".

    Redlynch, Qld.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuppa View Post
    No connection just passing on info.
    Yeah, yeah. That's what they all say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudnut View Post
    Yeah, yeah. That's what they all say.
    'Tis true, honest guvnor ... on me dead mothers life.

    2006 4.2TDi ex-Telstra Remote area Camper. 425w roof mounted solar, 360Ah Aux batts, BCDC1240, Onboard hot & cold pressurised & filtered water, (25 litre hot water calorifier), ARB fridge, ARB freezer, Built in kitchen, heaps of easy access storage, 240v, 3 Genie exhaust + dynotune, 2 lift, Lovells GVM upgrade, second glovebox, ROH Blaktrak steel wheels, Bridgestone D697's (now Toyo RT's), Redarc gauges/pillarpod, Hema HX-1, Icom 450 CB, dual rear view cameras, Onboard 30amp Victron mains charger, second glovebox, dual seat conversion, Tyredog TPMS, Boss PX7 onboard air with 9 litre tank, 350w inverter, Steel bullbar, Harrop Eaton diff lock (front), Warn winch, Snorkel, Dual spares , 160 litre water tank, 180 litre fuel in two tanks (approx 1200km range) 2010 Tvan Tanami. (incl another 70 litre water tank) with matching wheels/tyres (& 3rd spare)
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    I installed one of these in my original Patrol in 2014. The guy who bought it off me still owns it and still runs this battery as his Aux. 6 years later, living under a bonnet pretty much running his fridge 24/7 since then and the battery is still fine.
    Great units!
    Freaking cost me a bit back then.
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    Sorry mine was a 105Ah, but stil same same.

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    So these agms are ok under a bonnet? Interesting!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dpetersen View Post
    So these agms are ok under a bonnet? Interesting!


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    I'd say it's luck of the draw. The one I mentioned above still perfectly fine..
    But another one in my current patrol cooked 2 years ago ... The corner of the battery closest to turbo went all discoloured and began giving me all sorts of grief and volt problems.
    So now my aux battery sits at the back of the patrol.

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    I had two DC90 Fullrivers & a DC150 Fullriver in our old bus. The chap I sold the bus to was still using them 2 years after he bought the bus. That made them 12 years old. Not in the engine compartment though.

    So many other AGM's on the market these days which claim to be higher capacity than what they are. If ever thinking of buying a bargain priced battery - check the weight & compare against the equivalent sized Fullriver. If it weighs less it's not the advertised capacity. EG the Kings 115Ah weighs 30kg which makes it only around a 105AH which is fine if that's what you want - but it is deceptive. You don't get more AH without more lead!

    http://www.fullriver.com/products/dclist.htm

    2006 4.2TDi ex-Telstra Remote area Camper. 425w roof mounted solar, 360Ah Aux batts, BCDC1240, Onboard hot & cold pressurised & filtered water, (25 litre hot water calorifier), ARB fridge, ARB freezer, Built in kitchen, heaps of easy access storage, 240v, 3 Genie exhaust + dynotune, 2 lift, Lovells GVM upgrade, second glovebox, ROH Blaktrak steel wheels, Bridgestone D697's (now Toyo RT's), Redarc gauges/pillarpod, Hema HX-1, Icom 450 CB, dual rear view cameras, Onboard 30amp Victron mains charger, second glovebox, dual seat conversion, Tyredog TPMS, Boss PX7 onboard air with 9 litre tank, 350w inverter, Steel bullbar, Harrop Eaton diff lock (front), Warn winch, Snorkel, Dual spares , 160 litre water tank, 180 litre fuel in two tanks (approx 1200km range) 2010 Tvan Tanami. (incl another 70 litre water tank) with matching wheels/tyres (& 3rd spare)
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