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    Odyssey PC925

    Still new in the box Odyssey PC925 battery.

    $100 plus shipping.

    email me at [email protected]
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    damn, is that the battery your using for the gprxp?

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    Damn, I just bought one of those for my Ranger

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    Yup. It's what we've used in all our conversions out here. Heat is tough on normal batteries.

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    That is a great price.

    Talk about some cranking amps.PC 925 Specs:
    • 925 cranking amps for 5 seconds
    • 870 cranking amps for 10 seconds
    • 765 cranking amps for 20 seconds
    • Short circuit current over 2400A
    • 28 amp hours
    • 50 minute reserve capacity with 25amp load
    • Female brass terminal w/M6 SS bolt
    • Length 6 15/32"
    • Width 6 7/8"
    • Height 4 7/8"
    • Weighs 24 lbs

    Odyssey design:
    • Rugged Drycell sealed design
    • Military grade
    • Vibration resistant
    • 60% more starting power
    • Deep discharge reserve power
    • 2 year storage life
    • 8-12 year design life
    • Can

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    bump.

    I'll go $90 plus shipping on it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OsideBill View Post
    Damn, I just bought one of those for my Ranger
    Bill,
    is there somewhere you can list this for me? Are you on a Ranger-style board somewhere?

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    Bring it to the swap meet, I will take it. PM me your PayPal info I will send some $ your way.

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    Swap Meet!!!

    No doubt!

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    I've only run odyssey dry cell batteries in my jetskis. I tried the walmart style ones years ago on a few of the stock skis we built and man o man, not even worth the trouble.
    I run the PC625 I believe. Hmmm, may have to look into this one once I get around to finishing the conversion.
    SHOOTER

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