Learning how to install an AGM battery properly in your truck will set you up for either success or disappointment. AGM batteries are a great option as they put out much more Cranking Amps than stock lead batteries and have much higher capacities at the same time do not go all the way cost wise like with lithium upgrades. Many people who install an AGM battery straight into their stock trucks will have issues down the line as installing an AGM battery requires a higher voltage of around 14.7 to reach 100% charge. Without correcting the voltage, your AGM will have a significantly reduced life. A few easy upgrades will boost your voltage about .5 to the appropriate voltage as well as being able to monitor your current and historical charge data. This is one of the first upgrades to the Taco as increasing the electrical capacity is important for future upgrades, such as winches, the camper buildout, lighting, the list goes on and on.
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HKB Voltage Booster – https://www.hkbelect.com/