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    Recomendation: I'm buying a battery for both my humminbird helix 9 and 10 chirp mega

    Probably O'Reilly Auto Parts, NAPA, AutoZone or similar store. I have a 16 ft fiberglass bass boat.
    One battery should be sufficient???
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    Duracell group 31 AGM battery at Sam's Club
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    Quote Originally Posted by randy_almeida View Post
    Duracell group 31 AGM battery at Sam's Club

    +1
    That was recommended to me by a member here a couple years ago. No problems at all.
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    I bought an Amped Outdoors Lithium Battery (LIFEPO4) 18Ah.

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    I got an AutoZone branded group 27 for my starter a couple years ago. I forget the name they gave that brand. It starts the boat fine, but whenever I hit any sort of slightly rough water the graphs kick off immediately. No vibration resistance.
    I am serious. And don't call me Shirley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by randy_almeida View Post
    Duracell group 31 AGM battery at Sam's Club
    Bought those for my TM last year before heading to the St Lawrence River. Worth every penny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chefdlh1972 View Post
    I got an AutoZone branded group 27 for my starter a couple years ago. I forget the name they gave that brand. It starts the boat fine, but whenever I hit any sort of slightly rough water the graphs kick off immediately. No vibration resistance.
    Sounds like you should run down every connection, from battery lugs to fuseholders (and god forbid Scotchlocks and butt splices). Dollars to donuts, that's where the issue is.

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    Do they only sell them at Sams or does BJ'S carry them as well
    5 Short of a limit

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassboat1 View Post
    Sounds like you should run down every connection, from battery lugs to fuseholders (and god forbid Scotchlocks and butt splices). Dollars to donuts, that's where the issue is.
    Thanks!
    I am serious. And don't call me Shirley.