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Re: (ET) RE: Elec-trak Digest, Vol 2, Issue 320
Sam's Club sells (or at least used to when I bought mine in 1999 or 2000)
new golf car batts - the kind you need -for around the same price $50-$55
(you'll need a trade in, or at the least will pay $5 extra per battery with
no core trade). I believe they are/were manufactured by Trojan. I did a
quick online search of the Sam's Club web site, but there were no
auto/marine/golf car batteries at all listed. That means they either got
of the battery business, or the web site just doesn't list them but the
stores still stock them. I guess you'll have to check locally (if they are
near you), if interested.
----- Original Message -----
From: "PH" <pholzsc yahoo com>
To: <perry suppleye com>; <elec-trak cosmos phy tufts edu>
Sent: Friday, July 02, 2004 2:03 PM
Subject: Re: (ET) RE: Elec-trak Digest, Vol 2, Issue 320
> I have used 12v deep cycle batteries and they will
> only last 3 years with limited range.
> Go with T105s. These should last 500 charge/discharge
> cycles. Last year I bought six T105 blems for $50
> Paul Holzschuher
> --- Perry Cain <perry suppleye com> wrote:
> > Forgive me for my multiple posts, but since I have
> > several unrelated
> > questions, figured it would be easier to read/reply
> > to...
> > Can I install 3 12V deep cycle batteries? What are
> > the advantages,
> > disadvantages?
> > Perry Cain
> > perry suppleye com
> > 330-668-3937
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