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Re: electronic ignition conversion

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05-08-2013 05:39:42

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where are you getting 50$ batteries that aren't lawn tractor batteries?

( and I'm not doubting you.. i'm asking )

around here, between napa, car quest, auto zone, and discount auto, nad now oreilies.. a small car 12v battery is in the 65$ range.

walmart beats all of them by about 2 bucks on the low end.

a better universal sized truck battery is a whopping 89$

that's the size battery that fully fits all my 00/01 bat trays.. so it's what i buy on my converted machines. has the side benefit in that i can swap them in and outta my diesiel pickup truck ( 2 batteries ) to trade out during the winter so the bats don't just set there.

at work we are an interstate dealer and it's still 79$ for a 'truck' sized megatron.

we used to have a champion battery dealer nearby.. and those IMHO were a lil cheaper than walmart 'yellow' grade bats.

can't find them no more. where are you getting them?

no dekka dealers here either.

locally i can find 10/12 si alts for 29-35$ with a 10-15$ fore.. for a median price of 45$ + tax.. so the 50$ is about bang on for a 10si.

having a core on hand is helpfull. I've managed to grab a few free cores that i have seen set out at the dump... so that will save me 10-15$ if i need another'n.

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