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By SgtAxe
#96349
I have a 6V green Fire Rock jeep. And it's a slug. I'm extremely new to this, but have to know...Am I better off adding a second 6V battery and running in tandem, or can I buy and fit a 12V that will fit under the hood? I know this forum is packed with similar info, and I have gotten somewhat of an idea, but before I start, I want to be 100% on what I'm about to attempt.
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By taz11
#96352
Lots of room under the seat ;)

A 12v 10ah SLA (narrow one)should fit under the hood.
Last edited by taz11 on Thu May 09, 2013 8:58 am, edited 1 time in total.
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