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Old 03-20-2017, 05:26 PM
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Default Which Deep Cycle 12v batteries should I buy?

I'm back to looking for a new battery pack for my DIY 62 MG Midget conversion. I had 8 27TM 12v deep cycle batteries 105ah (Powerstride batteries American Batteries-Hayward) that now need replacing and wondering if there are better ones out there these days for pick up in the Bay Area?

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I'm back to looking for a new battery pack for my DIY 62 MG Midget conversion. I had 8 27TM 12v deep cycle batteries 105ah (Powerstride batteries American Batteries-Hayward) that now need replacing and wondering if there are better ones out there these days for pick up in the Bay Area?

Thanks!
Mary
See my response on your other thread.


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