Originally Posted by jbfunfinder
Speaking of the quality of the on-board charger, is a separate, battery maintainer better? I have always just plugged into shore power once I got home (we store the TT next to the garage under a cover)
Since I invested lots of $ on my roof top solar along with two 6v golf cart batteries, perhaps I should maintain the batteries with a better quality maintenance charger (which I already own) instead of just using the WFCO power center??
You are in So Cal and the winters will not get as cold as they do here in MN...
I pull my trailer in the back yard and cover it during the winter. With temps that drop below zero and may stay there for days or weeks, I pull my batteries (Two Grp 31 Batts), haul them into the heated garage for the winter, and put them on a battery maintainer (Actually a dual Battery Tender). During the summer (warmer camping months) I leave the trailer in the driveway on shore power...
Maybe not the best, but it works for me...