I know that the easy answer is to say "MORE is better" .... but I want a "reasonable" limit on cost. I want to pick up a charger that can also "jump" my truck if it's dead in the morning. They sell chargers for anywhere from 50 to 250 amps of 'starting' current. Obviously the price is higher for more amps. So.... does anyone have some insight as to how much current I'll need to jump start a V-8 in the morning if I ever need it? Thanks guys, -Ben PS: Engine in question is a stock 350 TBI in '95 Yukon. Second engine is Carb'd 383 in the K5.