Page 4 of 4 FirstFirst ... 234
Results 31 to 34 of 34
  1. #31
    Addict catahoula's Avatar
    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    I can't see spending crazy money on a battery like that that might might last the same as a lesser expensive one. I purchased one with higher cranking amps about 850 from AutoZone over two years ago. THe factory ones are about 600-650. This one works better with a winch. We were on a trip and had to get it jumped at a place on way to COS. Found an AutoZone there and told them I had purchased in NC. They looked at my record via phone number to prove it. They gave me a free replacement. Can't beat that. There are AutoZone's everywhere.
    17-Inch Rubi Wheels
    32" BFG KM M/T's 255/75/17 Tires
    18/59 Springs & Rubi Shocks
    TF Leveling Kit
    1.5" Spidertrax Spacers
    Warn Rock Crawler Stubby & Engo 9000 Winch
    EVO Mfg Rear Bolt On "D" Ring Mounts
    EVO Mfg Rear Corner Rock Skins
    Rough Country Skids

    “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do...
    Explore. Dream. Discover."

    "Take a compass, because it's always awkward when you have to eat a friend."

  2. #32
    Join Date
    Jul 2015
    I ran blue tops in my boat.

    Odessy in my light weight car (shaved almost 20lbs from stock).

    In my Jeep I'm still stock, but my truck I have run batteries from advanced auto. Their batteries have serviced me well. As someone else mentioned Advanced are everywhere and 30% off coupons are not hard to find.

    I have friends that swear by interstate.

  3. #33
    Fresh Catch
    Join Date
    Mar 2016
    I run the yellow tops in a few of my vehicles. The only failure I've had was when it was run completely dead by the dealer taking off the doors for 3 days and then I couldn't get it recharged. Then I got an education in the differences in the chargers. Yes, a regular battery charger will ruin an AGM battery by cooking it. The regular chargers can also see a deep cycle battery as incapable of being charged when it is just too low for a conventional charger which has a safety that prevents it from charging batteries that dip below a certain level. Deep cycles can go as low as 20% and still be recharged where a regular battery cannot. Optima has a video on how to trick the charger by connecting 2 batteries to the charger for a bit to allow the deep cycle to take a charger to a level that makes it work and then you take out the second battery. All of this presumes I guess that the charger is set at a safe level for an AGM. The video of the procedure was easy to find on YouTube.

    CTEK is the company that makes the most popular AGM chargers. Most of the luxury car brands have their own CTEK chargers with their name on them. You can get one for $65 on Amazon. They also have a "reconditioning" feature that is supposed to bring a deep cycle battery back to life.

  4. #34
    Fresh Catch
    Join Date
    Jan 2017
    Quote Originally Posted by jesse3638 View Post
    I believe it's directly through Costco. These stickers are also on the battery.

    Attachment 236071
    Attachment 236072

    Sent from my 831C using WAYALIFE mobile app

    Optima is now manufactured by Interstate.

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts