Looking for some input here on an "ideal" solution. I have a dual battery setup that is monitored by a national luna dual controller and split charge system, and although I haven't had an instance where my batteries have run down I'm not comfortable with the low charge level they have if I left my truck sit for a while. My feeling is that if I can keep the batteries topped up they'll last longer rather than having this repeated power up with the alternator and then slow drain.
Now, on my motorcycles I have a battery tender that works great for long term storage, and I'd like to do something similar for my truck. The problem is that my batteries are in unusual locations and of course there's two of them- I do have a warn quick connect mounted in a convenient location, but I couldn't find a charging solution on Warn's site.
My idea is to buy a spare quick connect with the leads and attach a battery tender to the leads, then I can just plug into the quick connect on the truck when I park it for a while. Does anyone see an issue with charging batteries this way, or is there a better solution that I'm missing??