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    Are you happy reducing your payload by 60kg?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigusdickus View Post
    Are you happy reducing your payload by 60kg?
    It won't be a full 60kg as I'll be removing the existing 90ah battery...
    And we don't intend on carrying a full tank of water anytime and air suspension is on the cards too....

    So yes

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    I would suggest you consider the Varta silver frame series batteries.

    Their model numbers are prefixed LFD and there are a range of capacities.

    I recently replaced two 110Ah Lucas batteries with a single LFD230 (230Ah) and I am very pleased with it.

    Mine was purchased from Tayna because Alpha don't stock them. Tayna were able to offer a discount when I asked for one on the phone by reducing the carriage charge.
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    Well worth a read when considering which batteries to purchase with some links to best buys
    Battery Technology Advances mean big savings and better batteries for Caravans/Motorhomes
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    Quote Originally Posted by POI Admin View Post
    I would suggest you consider the Varta silver frame series batteries.

    Their model numbers are prefixed LFD and there are a range of capacities.

    I recently replaced two 110Ah Lucas batteries with a single LFD230 (230Ah) and I am very pleased with it.

    Mine was purchased from Tayna because Alpha don't stock them. Tayna were able to offer a discount when I asked for one on the phone by reducing the carriage charge.
    Alpha have got the LFD90's in though. Had one last week to replace dead OEM starter battery.Also have 2 LFD90 hab batteries. V.good so far.

    Arrived next day even though I paid for standard delivery. Impressed with their service.

    Korky.

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