Battery Servicing Solution
Alan Smith — Former Owner of Omega, 32-234, Tampa,
Make a filling station out of a gallon
distilled water jug that has a good screw on lid. Drill
two holes the exact size of your plastic tube into the
lid. Insert tubing into top of lid so that tube reaches
bottom of the jug. Insert second tube in the other hole
about one inch. Glue both tubes to lid with super glue
or similar. Glue both tubes topside and bottom of lid.
The short tube only needs to be long enough for you to
blow into it in order to fill the long tube with water
the first time it is used.
Make the tube that reaches the bottom of the jug long
enough to reach all your batteries while the jug rests
on the deck of the wheel house. Add a valve to the long
tube to shut off the water as you move the supply hose
to the next cell or battery.
I used excess medical hose and valve but any pet shop
or hardware store can supply the hose.
I use one of these for servicing my golf cart batteries
at home. When the jug on the shelf gets low I refill
it from a fresh one, reusing the original setup.