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On board battery charger placement?

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I just bought an on board battery charger and am wondering where the best place to install it would be. I have an '04 Lund 1800 Explorer Tiller. If anyone has a dealer installed or factory installed, where did they put it?

thanks in advance

tc

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I installed my old on on the access lid to the battery compartment, that way when I was charging the batteries I was assured that the lid was open and air was able to circulate around the batteries to prevent them from over heating

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Somewhere near the batteries. Typicall there is a dry storage next to the battery compartment. I am not sure of the explore layout. If you are wanting to hook up the starting battery then just run a set of wires to the back battery.

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just a note! if you need to lengthen the wires to reach your batt.; call the company first! i had to extend the leads on my new dual pro. new how and where i thought i should do it, but called the company anyway. they were greatfull and gave me some very good tips too! grin.gif

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