Well I could not edit so this is the one I actually use and it works great. You can get it cheaper if you shop around.
What kind of timer do you use?I have been using this type for 20 plus years https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00068XCQU/ref=sspa_dk_detail_1?psc=1&pd_rd_i=B00068XCQU&pd_rd_w=UmlsR&pf_rd_p=21517efd-b385-405b-a405-9a37af61b5b4&pd_rd_wg=as8l5&pf_rd_r=1TT097SJ3E65RHZ27BED&pd_rd_r=bd8df5d4-0786-11e9-b54d-a3f4d08ced8f
I also use a timer and run the bike batteries for a hour a day and the auto size batteries 2 hours a day. I have 6 of these running daily.
Thanks!Heavy duty mechanical 15 - 20 amp, link below to a similar type timer.
Let’s not get overheated here and keep this thread going in the right direction, here’s what I use on all my batteries whether is a an atv, pwc, riding mower or my motorcycle. Works great and desulfates the battery plates for longer life spanBig Dog Biker is more than just another public forum. It’s a brotherhood of Big Dog owners sharing information, stories, etc.
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