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Old 07-19-2013, 08:59 PM   #1
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Trojan T105 Battery in Northern California

Anyone have a source and best price for buying the Trojan batteries near Sacramento, Ca?
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You might try these guys. Sounds like free ship and they have a distrubution center in west SacramentoUSA Battery Sales
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In the San Diego area there is a company that advertises good prices and services via Craigslist. Suggest to check if someone in your area does similar.
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Old 07-20-2013, 07:18 PM   #4
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Try:
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3616 W Capitol Ave
West Sacramento, CA 95691
916-372-5580
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You might try these guys. Sounds like free ship and they have a distrubution center in west SacramentoUSA Battery Sales

Thank you. Their price is $139.00 plus core for T-105. And they are available in my area.
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Old 07-24-2013, 12:25 PM   #6
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A side note: The Costco T-105 clone is the same identical battery for half the price, just a different color.
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I bought some at

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in Sacramento a few years ago. Go great service when I had a problem about a year later.

Bought them in Sacramento, serviced and replaced them in Riverside.

I am a big fan of Costco, but have not had good luck with their GC batteries. Replaced one batch (Six Batteries) in less than a year and the replacements are still not up the Trojans. Seems like they have a high internal resistance and the voltage drops more that it should under a light load. When fully charged, I can use the microwave and the voltage will drop down to 11.5 volts. Didn't drop below 12V with four Trojans. My electrical need have changed considerable and I will go back to four Trojans when I need new ones.

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