Here I go again, but I would be cautious about having hot batteries next to a container of gas. Per your photo. None of my business so I better BUTT out.
That's a lot of batteries in that truck. :) How much do they weigh? Electro Battery sounds like a great store with good service. Those are always a joy to do business with.
It is actually worse than you imagine. That is one of those safety tanks and the thing was swollen. I have ordered the new vent caps and will be fixing that permanently as per numerous YouTube videos. Honestly it was not safe.
That was a good catch Cap'n Sid, to notice from the photo. I appreciate the message too. These tanks are a hazard. I am fortunate to have the old style. That tank was removed from the truck pending repair.
For now I'm relaxing tonight. The final 32-volt article is nearly ready for uploading. And tomorrow the diver comes. The days are full. Still have not gotten to the fiberglass place which is not such a bad thing. I could use a couple days at anchor. There I rest! It is peaceful.
Thank you so much captain for noticing AND making me aware of that tank. It could have been dangerous. Often those closest to a situation miss things exactly like that. I appreciate your kind concern. You're the type of boater who is a real Mariner. J.
And dropping one on top of my foot was not fun at all. It was tender but by the next day felt almost normal. I was tired, and yes I knew better.
When tired I need to always stop. Nothing good seems to come of efforts to continue.
Today I am finishing up the latest on cable stacking. I am having fun writing more. Take care Pam, and thanks for your comment. J.