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Old 03-14-2016, 08:27 PM   #1
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Start batterys on sale.

My start batteries have been acting like they were on their end of service life. Always started but dragged just a little this last week on a short trip. I was thinking it was time to replace them. Well my mind was made up for me when I walked into my local Freightliner shop. AKA Premier Truck Group They had a stack of original equipment start batteries on sale for $69.00. I bought two before anything else. I thought this was a pretty good deal as they normally go for $179.38 ea. They are rated CCA @ zero 925 CA @ 32-f 1110 Reserve Capacity 170.
I don't know if they are running this at all Freight liner shops but it might be worth looking if you are going to be in need of new start batteries.
I went down and installed them this afternoon.

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that was a super deal. last time i bought just one for $210 including tax, the cca was 1700 though. if the cca fits one's need, worth grabbing.

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Old 03-14-2016, 08:53 PM   #3
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Yep, I bought four 925 CCA batteries last year at a local FL shop for our rig for about $78 each. Didn't cure the slow engine turn over but at least I know it's not starting batteries now!
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