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    I just had to replace my walmart marine cranking battery. less than 2 years old and was shot. just outside the warranty period. replaced it with a napa marine cranking battery. i'm sure every brand has their lemons.

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    5575 i loved my duracell ultra agm's they did the same thing, power test on the terrova it would take 2 days of hard fishing to hit 1/2

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    my crown batteries i have now, on a 112 ulterra seem to always say they are at 75% but they run my ulterra and jack plate

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    The decades of crappy motors, batteries, and 12V systems I used in the 70s and 80s have my brain permanently mired in a "conserve batteries all the time" mode.

    Even if I'm out for three hours I find myself using the big motor to conserve battery under various situations.

    I need an intervention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guywhofishes View Post
    The decades of crappy motors, batteries, and 12V systems I used in the 70s and 80s have my brain permanently mired in a "conserve batteries all the time" mode.

    Even if I'm out for three hours I find myself using the big motor to conserve battery under various situations.

    I need an intervention.
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    Dad had one like this. Spent more time replacing fuses than we did trolling. Run Time was maybe 2 hrs on low

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    now I have an xi5, two group 31 gel batteries, etc. and I still can't stop hoarding battery charge

    #hoarderforlife

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccarver80 View Post
    This is probably been hashed over a million times on this site I'm sorry... I was looking at oreillys batteries and they have a super start marine group... I have a 18' fiberglass boat with a 24v 75lb thrust minnkota w/ipiolt ... And have a helix 7g2n di and helix 5 g2.

    Here are the two I'm looking at..

    140 min reserv cap.

    https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/b...p+Cycle+&pos=1

    210 reserv cap.

    https://www.oreillyauto.com/detail/b...p+Cycle+&pos=5
    I have heard good things about the deep cycles from Menards and Walmart. Can't go wrong with the low prices too.

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    Was out today in another boat with new Interstate 29 deep cycles on a 112 thrust terrova. They only lasted half the day today and I wasn't even using them that hard 4-5 most of the time. At 10 I couldn't go 1 mph and we had them on the charger for two days before this..disappointing. He's going to go and get some Duracells tomorrow.

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