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    wetter is better
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    battery

    i went to put my battery in both of my skis , i jsut bout them not even a year ago and they will not hold a charge and will not give give enuff juice to fire them up what kind of betterys does everyone else use i spent some good money on these batterys but they wont last very long?


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    I've always used Yuasa BUT just yesterday I bought a new Interstate (I don't know who supplies them) and this mother has 330 cold cranking amps!!! If this doesn't do the trick I don't know what will.
    Can everybody list the manufacturer, model number and cold cranking amps of the battery they are using?

    Cycle-Tron....FAYTX20HL...AGM (absorbed mat technology).....330CA

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    where did u get the interstate one at and what do they cost?

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    I have access to an auto shop so I usually pay 38 bucks for the Yuasa but my cost on this heavy duty monster was 60 bucks but I just have to know which will last the longest and give me trouble free use! I have to remove one of my pipes to replace the battery so I don't want the acid fill batteries anymore.

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    i have a deka something or othere sealed , 310 cold cranking amps , paid 50

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    I'm still using the stock Yuasa's, I wanted the sealed model but the local sports shop was sent the ATV model which does not come with the PWC base(I should have purchased it and made a base myself)
    I bought no-name batteries once and paid the price a few months later

    Here's a link to Yuasa/AMG/Exide
    http://www.yuasabatteries.com/history.asp

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    My MSX Eats Batteries!!!, just invested in a trickle charger + disconnecting it now when parked up.

    Odyssey PC635, 635 amp cold cranking. £50.00 to me = $100 your money.

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    sorry that was odyssey 625

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    BATTERIES

    Hey Green Hulk,

    I'm an Interstate battery dealer Located in PA.
    I'm working on a special price on Interstate Batteries as we speak.
    I will post a price and shipping later today.
    Polaris has one battery that will fit all.

    More to come

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    Quote Originally Posted by bedbug357 View Post
    Hey Green Hulk,

    I'm an Interstate battery dealer Located in PA.
    I'm working on a special price on Interstate Batteries as we speak.
    I will post a price and shipping later today.
    Polaris has one battery that will fit all.

    More to come

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