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I have a 2000 Triton TR 20 and am wanting to convert to 36 volts for trolling motor,has anyone done this ? Any tips on fabrication for an extra battery? Thanks

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Wherever you have room to put another tray.

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Thanks

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Not sure what the rear compartment configuration of your boat. As I recall your TM batteries are located on the left passenger side, the cranking battery on the right drivers side, the center well area is open. You can put 3/4" marine plywood to spand the width of the rear compartment that is wide enough for 3 batteries sideways on the passenger side, about 28", or 28" wide with 2 TM batteries sideways (as is) and add 1 TM with the cranking battery on the drivers side. This gives you a shelf over the middle well area for storage.

AGM's are sealed and easier to move around.

Tom

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