Originally Posted by ScottP
If you were so close to the factory, would there be any upgrades you'd consider doing?
This unit is a 2016 Interstate Extended
Problem is, except for the air suspension, everything on an Interstate comes as standard equipment.
If you have the auxiliary battery under the hood, you might talk to the Jackson Center folks about removing the relay between the starting battery and auxiliary battery so that they're permanently connected in parallel, doubling your cold-cranking amps. With the relay in place, the battery under the hood is dead weight because nothing is powered by it and it's not connected to the starting battery until AFTER the engine is running. Who knows, if you can convince them, that might become a standard procedure on future models.