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Old 02-19-2013, 12:03 PM   #1
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My New Odyssey Batteries, 2 chassis 2 house

I did a lot of research and these are what I decided on right or wrong I am Happy.

Odyssey PC-2150S-H X4 358.00 EACH

http://shop.odysseybattery.com/p/31-...-h?pp=12&pp=12

Heaviest batteries I have ever had the pleasure of carrying.
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Well as lite as your wallet is now you can stand the extra weight!
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:38 PM   #3
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those are only 70 #'s each the 6v normal batt's are 90+#'s ....hope they work out for you ...
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those are only 70 #'s each the 6v normal batt's are 90+#'s ....hope they work out for you ...
77.8 Pounds.

I am confident they will be everything want in a battery, I have been running one in my Race car for the last 5 years and it has put up with Unintentional Abuse, draining the battery 100% many times, when the battery switch is left on by accident.

It charges up perfectly.

They will never see that kind of abuse in the coach.

They have a life expectancy of 12 years That is only $30 a year each.

People blow more than that in a couple hours at the casino LOL.

Ted.
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I've used Odyssey batteries in my motorcycles. The low self discharge rate is really impressive, I don't worry about putting my bike away for a few months. With other batteries I always had a battery tender on them if they were stored for more than a couple of weeks.
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