Topic: Re: Batteries Plus vs. Harbor Freight Battery Load Testers
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I have both, an older U.S. manufacture that was in our service truck from the ford tractor dealership, and a HF one at the other place, they both seem to perform well and are a handy inexpensive tool, I've never tried a maintainer or anything of the like, I either try to run my equipment or store them inside a heated area like the garage.
I still cannot figure it out, but somehow the lights were turned on, and my car battery went dead, the switch is a lever with a turn switch on the end, me thinks someone did it given the circumstances, can't do it accidentally, and it was day time when the car was parked. I used an old Wards/Riverside trickle charger, mid-early 70's model, and it seems the battery took a charge, I tested it without a load, it held 12.5 volts, for days, and when I flicked the load test switch, it dropped to 11.5 or so, very handy, seemingly accurate and low cost tool for batteries and those who may have a few to keep track of.
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