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    You guys that fish from this rig that use either a 24v trolling motor or use 2 batteries for your 12v system... Where did you mount your onboard charger? I'm thinking about mounting mine in one of my dry storage compartments and drilling holes through it to the battery compartment. I just hate to give up any of my storage. Any ideas from yo guys I'd appreciate it. Thanks, Daniel

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    ON MY st175 i mounted my two batteries and charger in the front storage compartment. still have storage area left over plus the two compartments in the back plus the rod holder box. plenty of room for what i carry.. it also takes weigh off of the rear end. will try to load a couple of pics.
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    That looks good never thought of doing it up front.

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    I have an ST195 that came pre-rigged with an onboard charger. It was mounted in the back compartment where the batteries are all stored.

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    My is right beside the battery's

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    so neat looking....nicely done.

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    The boat probably handles better with the 2 batteries up front too

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