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Old 18 September 2013, 11:15   #11
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Here's one mans view on marine batteries:

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Old 18 September 2013, 13:29   #12
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I am using a standard battery for cranking and an Optima blue top for fridge etc. in my Land Rover for some time without any issues. I am using a split charger. As long as they are separated with a split charger there is nothing wrong in using different types of batteries.

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