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Old 09-18-2007, 08:27 PM   #15
1982 27' Excella
1970 23' Safari
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The built in charger in your Airstream will charge the batteries faster than the tow vehicle it also has a built in voltage regulator that will not over charge them. I have a 2002 Duramax and it only has a 105 amp altenator which has to charge the two batteries in the vehicle. It dose not have much left to give the RV. I am looking at going to a dual altenator setup to double my output. By the way I also ran my battreies down running the furance last weekend.

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