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Old 03-09-2015, 07:37 AM   #29
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The Yardstick by which AGM's are measured is LIFELINE, Though they are not the very best,, they are the common best (There are a few speciality battery companies which may be better, and far more expensive).

I suspect DEKA is a better value plus DEKA is still "Made in the USA", from lead smelted in the US,, works well. My current flooded wet's are DEKA.

By the way.. Unless access for maintenance is a major problem... I fail to see any advantage to AGM except to the sellers (more profit).
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Fullriver is a good value also. Made in China, but a quality, cost effective product.
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