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    Always like seeing new ideas and setups, keep'em coming.
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    Please don't stop posting! Very informative and as others have said idea creating for our own setups! I don't get a lot of exposure to how others do things with their boats in real life, seeing what you do is awesome!
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    Love watching a pro at work. Quality install...
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    I'm don't see how it makes a difference in charging the batteries if you use two duel bank or one four bank charger. I think space limitations on your boat would be the deciding factor on choice.

    Since I use a pontoon, space doesn't matter that much to me, so I have a three bank charger for the trolling motor, two dual bank chargers for the fish finders and a one bank charger for the starter battery.

    Since I am about to move my running floodlights and night fishing lights from the starter battery to a separate dedicated battery for them, I wish I had gone with a dual bank charger when I bought the new charger for the starter battery earlier this year.

    Like a dummy I did not think about needing a separate battery for the night fishing lights when I installed them this year and hooked them up with the starter battery. I quickly learnt that was a mistake. Luckily, I have plenty of batteries and a good set of jumper cables on the boat.
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    This is why I chose to use 2 duals. One supply for the Trolling batteries and the other supply for the start battery and the electronics battery. Besides a quad is too heavy for me to handle by myself.
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    I'll take all the advice, ideas and pictures you'll give me. I appreciate it.

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    Looks great to me you did a great job everybody has different ideas and different ways of doing things I like seeing them all because I've seen a lot of great things that I never would have thought of.
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    Good stuff Tom, and keep em coming. Always enjoy your posts and they give some of us ideas for our own now and then. Iíve done most of my own work for most of my life and enjoy seeing how others get things done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cane Pole View Post
    IMA probably burning folks out on my boat stuff, but I ain't got a lot else to do. JUSTA sharing a little "OH NO NOT AGAIN"
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    Seeing how others maneuver around issues and problems helps me not repeat mistakes and inspires ideas. Please keep posting .
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