The early Dodge diesel in 91 had a single battery setup, mine is a 2005 and has dual batteries the original ones are still in the truck. ( 6 years old ). They are beggining to die, slower cranking speed. Has anyone ever just went to a single battery setup on a diesel, it would seem if you bought 1 battery with a high cranking amp you would not need 2 batteries. It only get into the 30's here and on rare occasion will get in the 20's, the biggest draw on the battery is the grid heatersbut I usually crank and drive slow till warm so the grids dont set there and cycle off and on.