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I’m probably confused, but I don’t see an inverter listed in this rig so AC loads are not really relevant to battery size directly and when on shorepower, the converter will easily handle these DC loads. Seems like fantastic fan and fridge would be the “power pigs” when dry camped.
Battery brands are always open to discussion. I use a couple of golf cart six-volt AGMs in series from Sam’s club, but again plenty of room to argue for others. One thing for sure when dry camped, there is never an argument against having more. Kind of depends on how this rig will be used, but I bet most folks would do fine with things as they are. Might want to give it try first before making changes. Just my thought. 🙂
Steve and Andra
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