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Old 10-26-2012, 08:36 PM   #1
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Need help asap

I am at Walmart trying to replace my interstate u2200 and they dot know what the ever start equivalent or any other battery that I can get at Walmart that will replace my interstate ones


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Old 10-26-2012, 08:44 PM   #2
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According to Interstate, u2200 is replaced by
Product ID: GC2-XHD-UT
Amps: 0
Cranking Amps: 0
Cold Cranking Amps: 0
Voltage: 6
Weight: 66.7
Width: 7.12
Length: 10.25
Height: 11.12

This from: Batteries - Interstate Batteries U2200 replacement battery
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Old 10-26-2012, 08:46 PM   #3
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Did you figure it out yet. I think they only carry one 6 volt deep cycle golf cart battery. I don't see them at my local walmart. I know costco usually has them. $89 bucks here in WA state. Joe
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Old 10-26-2012, 08:55 PM   #4
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No I left Walmart, going back tomorrow After I do some research

Stupid of me to think the Walmart employee would know what battery I needed
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Old 10-26-2012, 09:06 PM   #5
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Second question. I do a lot of Boondocking What batteries would you recommend that I could buy at Walmart for this. I need two 6 V batteries
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Old 10-26-2012, 09:19 PM   #6
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Forget Walmart and go to Sam's Club, they have the 6volt deep cycle batteries for around 84 bucks. Last ones I bought lasted over 7 years. If you don't have a card, ask them for a discount on your card. Usually 40 bucks, but they'll give you a 10 buck gift card. Then use it to buy the batteries.
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Forget Walmart and go to Sam's Club, they have the 6volt deep cycle batteries for around 84 bucks. Last ones I bought lasted over 7 years. If you don't have a card, ask them for a discount on your card. Usually 40 bucks, but they'll give you a 10 buck gift card. Then use it to buy the batteries.
By the time I add in the membership they are just as much as the other ones.

And the reason I am sticking to Walmart is because I have a gift card for it and that will help off set the cost of two batteries nicely
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Old 10-26-2012, 10:24 PM   #8
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You could see if Walmart dot com has them. They usually will ship to the store for free.
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Old 10-27-2012, 12:41 AM   #9
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You could see if Walmart dot com has them. They usually will ship to the store for free.

Yes I can but which battery, The info on there website sucks
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Have you ever thought about checking with a battery dealer. Locally the Interstate dealers can have any battery delivered next day if not in stock. I called the nearest distributor and they told my who locally stocked what I needed. Save your gift card the toilet paper and peanuts.
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I am at Walmart trying to replace my interstate u2200 and they dot know what the ever start equivalent or any other battery that I can get at Walmart that will replace my interstate ones


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Interstate U2200's are 6 volt deep cycle batteries rated at 232 amp hours each.
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Your Interstate Battery # U2200 is also know as a Group GC2. I think most Walmart Carry them. There may be some rating difference but are considered the same group. Just ask for a GC2 group battery.
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Your Interstate Battery # U2200 is also know as a Group GC2. I think most Walmart Carry them. There may be some rating difference but are considered the same group. Just ask for a GC2 group battery.
Ok I am going to try and find them online first since the people in the store suck. Buy a beer for anyone to post a link to the batteries on the Walmart website

I am getting ready to go into town now
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Walmart does not show ANY 6v batteries on their website.
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