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Lawnmower battery as a second battery?

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by Rhino, Nov 22, 2011.

  1. Rhino

    Rhino [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Ryan
    Laurel, Mississippi
    Vehicle:
    03 TRD SR5 4x4
    gray wire mod, blacked out, debadged, toolbox foglights, cb in dash, system, bilstein 5100's in front wrapped in eibach coils, 5125's in the rear with 2 inch aal and 1 inch shackle, diff drop kit, extended rear brake line, 8000 lb smittybuilt winch on a custom winch bumper, 2 4 inch 100 watt kc's and 2 6 inch 100 watt kc's on the bumper, sometimes a ladder rack,much more to come
    i have a 2003 and ive been looking into the dual battery options but i just cant find the room for a full size battery but im pretty sure a lawnmower battery will fit right behind my fuse box closer to the firewall so my questions are
    1) would my alternator blow this battery
    2) would this battery carry 2 maybe 3 sets of lights and my cb (cobra 19 ultra 3
    3) would it be safe as far as computers if i wire it with the correct splitters etc
     
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