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Tractor Pulling Discussion Forum

battery

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Jamie Majors

03-31-2014 11:39:56
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How small of cranking amps battery does it take to start a tractor?
I took seat of my stage 2 Super H and put regular seat on and was going to put battery were hyd went but my battery weights 30 pounds hoping to find a smaller lite weight battery to replace it.

any help would be great
thanks




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VicS

03-31-2014 18:23:22
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 Re: battery in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-31-2014 11:39:56  
Just google L-ion battery. I think you can get one that just weighs 10 pounds that will start your tractor. Kinda pricey though, and you will need their charger, also kinda pricey also. but whats a 1000 dollars to save 20 pounds. :-) Vic



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jerry 4

04-01-2014 06:10:15
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 Re: battery in reply to VicS, 03-31-2014 18:23:22  
do you really want to spend a thousand dollards to win a $20 trophy and a $3 ribbon



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PretendFarmer

04-02-2014 08:45:37
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 Re: battery in reply to jerry 4, 04-01-2014 06:10:15  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

That same arguement can be waged against most of tractor pulling.

spending 10's of thousands to drag a stone boat or Xfer sled with a hopped up tractor versus a stock one.

Even stock tractor pulling isnt cheap when you factor the fuel, the trailer, the tow rig, chain tie downs, etc etc.



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Going to blow

04-01-2014 08:26:36
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 Re: battery in reply to jerry 4, 04-01-2014 06:10:15  
To late for that with or without the battery if you are already involved in this hobby...



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jerry 4

04-01-2014 21:38:34
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 Re: battery in reply to Going to blow, 04-01-2014 08:26:36  
win if can loose if you must
but aleays cheat



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H-66

04-02-2014 15:01:36
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 Re: battery in reply to jerry 4, 04-01-2014 21:38:34  
Jesse "THE BODY" Ventura!! Haven't heard that quote in a long time. Priceless!



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Going to blow

04-02-2014 06:46:40
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 Re: battery in reply to jerry 4, 04-01-2014 21:38:34  
Spending an extreme amount for a light weight battery is one thing, but I don't see what it has to do with cheating.



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colekicker

03-31-2014 11:42:33
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 Re: battery in reply to Jamie Majors, 03-31-2014 11:39:56  
If you're running an alternator, you could use a small lawn mower battery just for ignition and jump from a larger battery to crank.



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john B. ne in

04-02-2014 19:23:19
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 Re: battery in reply to colekicker, 03-31-2014 11:42:33  
We use a lawn mower battery on our JD G. It works just fine. We don't use a alternator but just charge it as needed. We also use one on our Ford 600 with the 192 engine. It starts just fine and it carries 225 lbs of compression. We've done this for years.



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