I run a ryobi
cordless. The batteries are 2 12 volt sealed lead acid 18 ah ups type
battery. Picked up a new set off of eBay for a scooter that was messed
up in delivery (so the story goes) for $12 and $15 in shipping. I would
think the B&D mower would be on the same line. They might not be as
good as originals but the price is right.
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[mailto:elec-trak-bounces cosmos phy tufts edu] On Behalf Of Jeff Tickner
Sent: Wednesday, June 02, 2004 10:50
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Subject: (ET) Age &
Age 39 and I
have had an E15 for a few years, used primarily for snow blowing. My mower
needs lots of work and I've been meaning to ship the 4 frozen motors to Bill
to see if he could rebuild 3 good ones, guess I waited too long. I'll have to
see if anyone local can do it. I don't have much money for this hobby or much
time so my tractor needs a lot of work, an Alltrax is planned except for the
$$ I hope to tear it down this summer and fix the rust, paint and prepare for
I also am planning on putting
in a 12V battery for accessories to be fed by a 36V to 12V converter. The
converter is only 3AMP and it will be feeding 2 12V 18AH SLA and I'm wondering
if I need a charge controller?
I've been using
my ICE tractor for mowing until this year when I made a concerted effort to
use a Craftsmen rechargeable mower (rebadged B&D) I traded my old Lawnboy
for. It has a weak battery so I have to recharge it 4 times to do my lawn.
PITA. A replacement battery from B&D is over $200!!! I'll have to pull the
battery out and see if I can match it to anything, it's 24V so I assume it's 2
12V SLA batteries.
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