I have joined the club ! And yes I have lost my mine !

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Pulled my battery's that were for my Ford F250 and was using them for the M1078. This left the M1078 without battery's. Been putting this off for to long. So I got 2 new 6TL and installed them today.

Now its back at the house and will restart some of the work not done.

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1951M1078

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Why not 4 battery's ?

Its not needed for me. If I was trying to keep a ARMY running their would be two more.
That would be for starting your Abrams M1 with dead battery's. LOL
 
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Could go to 48 total but ? ( their is room ) That would be 26,880 Watt Hours at 24 volt. 26880 / 1200 = 22.4 hours to recharge ? If their was room on the roof for 8 x 300 watt panels (and their is not ) it would be 11.2 to recharge. And you add the SUN ? not being their,even longer. And $3600.

So I will start with 8 x 3.2 (6720 Watt Hours ) and go from their. 6720/1200 = 5.6 hours to recharge. Maybe one more set ? Total of 16.
= 13,440 watt hours. 13400 / 1200 = 11.16 hours to recharge

And losses and other parts for a big system.
 
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