Just a follow up to my post on 4/26/12. The batteries did just fine on our trip to Alaska. We had three nights of dry camping, two of them very cold (27 degrees in the morning). All the LED lights I'm sure helped.
On the cold nights we piled on the blankets and turned the furnace down to 50. By morning there was still adequate power to warm the place back up and get on the road.
This January, I tested them again and found that I had one dead cell, so they were replaced with a pair of new Interstate PRO ECL Series
BTW: Interstate only warranties their RV batteries for 12 months (18 months for the PRO Series) now.
Randy and Pat Godfrey
Region 3 2nd VP, Newsletter Editor, Florida Unit
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