Testing Lithium Batteries & Trolling Motor Amp Draws

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May 1, 2024 at 4:13 PM
Posted by Nodak Angler
I really wanted to know if I need 100 Ah lithium batteries or if I could get by with a 50 or 60 Ah at a cheaper price. And I also wanted to do a scientific test to see exactly how much my trolling motor actually draws in various conditions. So I got a 36V, 60 Ah battery from Amped Outdoors to find out.

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