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    • https://www.rvmobileinternet.com/verizon-launches-new-data-only-plans-up-to-150gb-for-80-month/ for some analysis. For someone who needs lots of high speed data, this is great, as long as they are ready to pay.  If you already have Verizon unlimited cell phones, you can get 150GB of data only for $80, then add T-Mobile's 100GB/$50 and AT&T's (or Crickets) 100GB/$55 and you have 350GB per month for less than $200.  I know this sounds a lot compared to paying $25 on a Party plan for Visible, but there are many who need more than Visible supplies.
    • Glenn, I don't have a Victron brand, but my 500 Amp Shunt uses 3/8" studs with maybe an inch or so exposed for connections... John T 
    • "Desert-if-ication" is what I think is happening. According to one of my long departed university professors (pre-global warming) the earth has been heating up for ages.  The desert areas have been moving north and south from the equator for decades. Deserts temps are typically marked by higher-high temps and lower-low temps.  The average may remain the same. Currently, it seems that both the highs and lows are becoming consistently higher. And droughts are becoming more common world wide. "Desertification" is too much of a mouth-full for the news media.  And so it will not become a media star. The consequences are serious beyond belief.        
    • Will B Thanks for sharing that information. You posted   BatteryWiringDoc.pdf (dwo.net) Agrees with the information I posted:                               http://www.smartgauge.co.uk/batt_con.html   which states in part:  "Now in all fairness, many people say "but the difference is negligible, the resistances are so small, so the effect will also be small". The problem is that in very low resistance circuits (as we have here) huge differences in current can be produced by tiny variations in battery voltage. I'm not going to produce the calculations here because they really are quite horrific. I actually used a PC based simulator to produce these results because it is simply too time consuming to do them by hand."   A good thing is how such a simple re connection as used in METHOD 2 so greatly improves battery balance   Hey Glenn, since 1) Your Positive side is easy to get to   2) You ALREADY have the negative side corrected and  3) Its so relative cheap n easy to rewire the Positive side   4) Considering such a huge investment in batteries and being best if ALL expensive batteries are balanced,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I "recommend" you do as BOTH  articles above agree BUT ITS YOUR CHOICE NONE OF OURS  Fun thread best wishes let us know how it turns out John T
    • East Texas does experience tornadoes every spring but it is a large area so no one spot can be predicted to. Athens is in Henderson County and most years at least one tornado does strike somewhere in the county, while the city limits of Athens has not experienced any since 1981. Living in this part of TX one does need to be tornado aware and to pay attention to warnings, but you do not need to live in constant fear. 
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