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Well figured I post a new boat post. Next would be a storage post lol. I have stored boats over winter before but before I had my wife to look after it and it was in my nice warm garage. So if I'm going g to leave here in Phoenix should I leave trickle charger hooked up for the next 7 months or should I take batteries out completely? I'm going to get a garage storage but not climate controlled. I know everything else I should do. Just wasn't sure about leaving charger hooked up for that long. Thanks!

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Charge them before you leave and then disconnect them and leave them in the boat.  As long as they are disconnected there really isn't a way for them to loose their charge (maybe a small amount) unless they are bad.  If you come back and they are dead, well you got that great deal on a boat and saved enough to purchase that new set of batteries for the boat when you get back.  Consider this a test to see if they are any good or not.

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