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I can dig up the receipt, but that's what Jim Ramos called them....
6V. deep cycle - 16 of them
www.evalbum.com/1745

On 3 Mar 2011 at 20:35, K O wrote:

> Deep cycle marine Batteries work great in my car ... My first pack of
> 6volters got around 53 mpcharge ...

Wait, I'm confused. Do you have marine batteries or 6 volt batteries? =

Marine batteries aren't 6 volt, but golf car batteries are.

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> www.evalbum.com/1745

You have US125s - 6V flooded, sometimes called golf cart batteries,
not "marine" (as David said, those are 12V). Whatever you call them,
those are the "right" kind of floodies for an EV!

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