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Old 12-25-2011, 02:00 PM   #1
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Lost A Battery Vent Cap

Anyone know where to get a set of caps I dropped one on the ground and can't
find it

BTW it's for a 6v golfcart battery

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Old 12-25-2011, 02:22 PM   #2
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Look for hydro caps You can get a set of six and not have to add water as often, (These caps encourage the oxygen and hydrogen released by the battey to re-combine via a catalyst reaction into water and drip back down).

Only other choices are a battery company (I doubt a store would have standard caps) or Recycler. I have been known to google Battery Refurbrishers (A form of recyclling) there are a few scattered about the country.. I suspect they stock spare caps.

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Try here:

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How about calling the battery manufacturer.
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Try a local place that rebuilds batteries. Maybe a "junk" yard. Golf cart store. NAPA..........
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Anywhere they sell batteries, they have to, by law, accept the failed/used battery. There is your local dump/recycle/transfer station, Walmart, Advance Auto, Auto Zone, Pep Boys. They should be a freebie or at least no more then the price of a cup of coffee.

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