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Old 09-23-2012, 08:40 AM   #15
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us battery is also good,thats what clubcar went too. i heard they switched because of alot of trojan failures. i put us batterys in my golfcart this spring and they seem fine. alittle cheaper than trojans

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Old 09-23-2012, 09:12 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by bdaball
Just replaced four Interstate U2200's with AGM's from Sams club. $159.00 ea. Not the same as Lifelines, but good-nuff for me.
I thought I mis-read this at first....Sam's Club sells AGM batteries? I've never seen them for sale at my local Sam's, so I went to their website. They do in fact offer many different type of AGM batteries under the Duracell brand name. They are not however available in all states, with my state being excluded. I found this odd.

I currently have Trojan T105 Plus batteries in my coach and golf cart, each hooked up to Pro-Fill systems. I have used Trojan batteries for a long time and they have always served me well. My current set however seem to be fading faster than any previous set. Since the Sam's Club AGM's are about the same price, I will most likely pick up a set of the Duracell AGM's when I visit one of the states they're sold in. I don't do a lot of boondocking, but I'd love to be able to cross "Batteries" off of my monthly maintenance list.


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Old 09-23-2012, 03:30 PM   #17
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Just have my T-105's (4) changed a few days ago with the Interstates U-2200's. I would have liked to replace them with another 105's but as it looks, I'm finding it hard to get them within my area. So, with a few inputs from our forum members, I picked the Interstates. My 105's have given me good service for 6 years.

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