> 92 34 Lmtd with IntelliPower 9100 - Model # PD9140A.
> Can someone decipher that for me?? 40Amp capacity?
> Does that indicate a Charge Wizard??
> If it is 40Amps, is that big enough or is 55A/ 60A better?
It depends. If you discharge your batteries deeply (i.e. down to 50% charge) and/or you have AGM batteries which can charge faster, and/or you use 12VDC appliances while charging, and/or if shorter generator run time is important to you, then yes, bigger is better.
> Can I simply add a CW to my current set up,
Yes, it plugs in
> or is that impractical from a $ standpoint?
I do not believe that at less than $25 it is impractical.
> I think I don't have a CW since I have some evidence of battery boil over.
Charge Wizard will help with this as well as reduce bulk charge time.
> Batteries themselves seem to be fine.
> I refill distilled wataer
> as I remember to check them,
Bad. Do better than "as I remember"
> if they are low.
> Batteries - Stowaway ST27DC180 (x2) that say 180 Min. Resv. Cap./ 105 Apm Hrs. Build dates of Sept '02.
> Is this a 24 or 27 size battery?
> Are they the proper one for this application?
> SO, now the next set of questions. Do I / should I replace the batteries now?
If they ARE good, then only if you're tired of maintaining them.
> If so, with what?
AGM, in my opinion.
> Sealed vs non ???
AGMs are sealed
I prefer Lifeline.
> Good retailer?
BatteriesPlus can order them for you.
> What is AGM?
See above, do a search on this forum, and on the Internet.
> Seen that referenced a lot but don't know what that means.
and wikipedia.org are wonderful when you see something referenced but don't know what it means.
> Simple lead acid batteries? Oh wait - AG = Lead, M = ???