Stus-List Marine Batteries + ventilation
captain_jake at cox.net
Tue Sep 6 18:43:39 EDT 2016
My battery box has a fairly large hole going into the engine compartment as well. It appears to be original. The engine compartment is ventilated, although not as well as I would hope. Better to vent into the engine compartment than into the cabin. My batteries are under the quarterberth. This is also why I prefer AGM batteries, no fumes to worry about. Yes, the Optima batteries are AGM, not gel.
C&C 35 Mk-III “Midnight Mistress”
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Subject: Re: Stus-List Marine Batteries
Thanks for the suggestions and information everyone!
Think I'll probably go the AutoZone Duralast option. Don't want to dump a lot of money in to it right now and finances are a little tight. I will however probably get a hardwired charger/maintainer for them to try and keep them in optimal condition. One question though, They are currently in battery boxes under the quarter berth with a hole drilled into the engine compartment. Is this safe for flooded batteries? Should they be relocated? If so, I have no clue where would be a good safe place with enough space for them.
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