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The shaver style augers are easier on drills. The blades last a lot longer as well. But the two guys I tag will give great info. I have seen eyeguys nils cut and it’s fast now that he up graded drills. Surface tension sharpens nilsblades and is the go to guy for information on the in my opinion.
I used to have that problem with my 115 merc, since it only charged at like 10 amps. The new suzuki is more like 60 amps, plus I hooked up the third bank on my built in charger to the cranking battery. Haven't had a problem since.
I just replaced my Interstate battery for my trolling motor they last 1 year and 1 month just out of warranty. Went with a different brand this time. I would also get a separate battery for all that stuff going to the starting battery.
yes the weeds are thick in areas but it is amazing to me that traditional weed lines are not even sprouting up in areas!! I have a section of lake that I have been walleye fishing for the past 6 years and every year there has been a weedline to follow. The last 2 years we have seen the zebra's become prevalent and this year no weeds in that area! Crazy
Actually, it makes perfect sense. The car's charging system probably can't keep up for the same reason. I know when I fire up my farm tractor, even when it doesn't take much to get it started, it can take a lot longer than one realizes to recharge the batteries to full strength. During the winter, I only use the tractor for short periods so I often have to put a charger on it after each use to be sure the batteries are up to full power.
Can have similar issues with ATVs. Winches can put a pretty heavy load on the electrical system and using them to lift a blade repeatedly will put a drain on the battery that the charging system is unable to keep up to.
Starting an engine takes a lot of power and it takes more than just a few seconds to recharge the battery afterwards.