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sunvalleyjoe
Use no 8 wire our trailers have either 35 or 40 amp thermal switch for short protection. 10 gauge wire is only good for 30 amps and number 8 is around 45 amps better safe than sorry. the 150 needed to be upgraded when I bought it a early 2013 but we luv her. 
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jackgomez
I heeded you’re advice and had #6 cables made. I had ANDERSON connectors attached  FFA8B9E4-9B61-419B-8863-77BE7E82E5AD.jpeg 
so that I could disconnect from the second battery easily. 
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sunvalleyjoe
great HD like the fork lift batteries use. I replaced many of those connectors over the years forklift drivers destroying them.GBA!!SVJ DAV
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KLandry
Love those cables-makes the setup almost completely stupid proof.
Keith
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retro195man
I agree. I do know the propane detector will kill a battery in around a months time. I installed a battery shut off when I know I'm not going to use it for a while and not hooked up to shore power. 

Jeepors wrote:
I think you might find that ever so small, there is a battery drain because the radio unit light is always on and I believe you will notice a small green  light on the propane gas detector located near the floor. Over time, this could cause the battery to drain also.
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retro195man
Wow, awesome idea! That's the easiest disconnect install. 
That also gives me ideas...

jackgomez wrote:
I heeded you’re advice and had #6 cables made. I had ANDERSON connectors attached  FFA8B9E4-9B61-419B-8863-77BE7E82E5AD.jpeg 
so that I could disconnect from the second battery easily. 
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