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Old 08-26-2014, 10:46 PM   #15
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Years really have little to do with anything. All batteries will have a finite number of cycles. Called cycle life.
That's absolutely correct. However, how many times have you heard someone say their batteries only lasted 200 cycles. Most people relate to years of life then cycle life.

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Sam's Clun GC2 6 Volt Batteries

My Sam's club batteries are 6 years old, starting to drain quicker. Most likely because I let the water level get too low a couple of times. Will add quik-fill watering sytem when I buy new batteries. Sam's now has the two GC2 6-volt batteries with different amp ratings Premium 122 Reserve hours @ 75 amps $112.00 and 107 Reserve hours @ 75 amps$85.00. Will most likely get the $112.00 ones both have 1 year free replacement.
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Sam's Club GC2 6-Volt Golf Cart Batteries

My Sam's club batteries are 6 years old, starting to drain quicker. Most likely because I let the water level get too low a couple of times. Will add quik-fill watering sytem when I buy new batteries. Sam's now has the two GC2 6-volt batteries with different amp ratings Premium 122 Reserve hours @ 75 amps $112.00 and 107 Reserve hours @ 75 amps$85.00. Will most likely get the $112.00 ones both have 1 year free replacement.
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I'm in the school that is you only got 4 years on the Trojans, you will get no more on anything else. That's without more advanced knowledge anyway.

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