Originally Posted by ASRaptor
Good call. They had to ship it to Vegas so I can register it. Pain in the butt. I知 stuck in Cali for another week on base. In the meantime I値l see what I can do for the batteries.
You can also typically just take the batteries to Interstate also. I have done this 2 times with my last 2 new trailers, when the Interstate batteries went bad. My friend from CA, who purchased a new 23' last year, was visiting me in MT when his went bad and Interstate in MT replaced with no hassle.
I suggest call your local Interstate dealer if your interested, explain your batteries are bad. They will likely ask you to bring them over so they can charge and test them before they replace them with new ones. First time, I actually got them to give me "full credit" toward an upgrade to AGM's. This past year, they just gave me new Interstate replacement batteries which I took; then sold them immediately on Craigs list and purchased 6V Trojan Golf Cart batteries...my friend did the same. when he got back to CA. No issues with batteries since.
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