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that's gonna use up a lot of battery power...hope you got a big battery bank. If you want to use a 120 VAC powered unit, you could always run it from a Honda Generator... or something similar...but if that is the case, why not just get a gasoline powered unit to begin with.
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I dont need very deep dives on our lake as the visibility is really poor, but time enough to do a bottom clean is important to me. The 120 volt rig I used was great, but would really like to be able to use it away from the pier. Maybe driving a 120 volt rig with and inverter would be a solution?
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