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Unread 04-21-2014, 05:55 PM   #71
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I found Trojan T-875 8V batteries for $186 at the nearest dealer. Would that be a decent set to put in?
Either an amazing deal (for all six) or an awful deal (for one)...
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Unread 04-21-2014, 05:55 PM   #72
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Great battery, but oh my god! That's effing ridiculous! ! I dont pay retail so im not up on all the recent prices but I didnt think they were more than $130. I pay $95 each for napa's.
Lol, welcome to Canada, the land of overpriced everything.
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I don't suppose you guys would have suggestions where to look for batteries, up here in the frozen north of Canada?
he's in canada where batteries are not cheep
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T875's were $175 ea. (1 week ago) for a set of 6 at Battery World (Canada). Didn't find a better price anywhere else. Must trade-in a core/dead battery (8v or 6v core - didn't matter)
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Offered the guy $500 cash, and he took it. Guess it's time to start a build thread......
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Offered the guy $500 cash, and he took it. Guess it's time to start a build thread......
Oh yeah!
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I guess somebody has to say it. You'll be buying $500 worth of junk. If you want to go used buy something a little more expensive. Maybe in the $2000 range. Something you can test ride. I'd be afraid to set in that seat worrying about what going to bite me.
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I think CartTrader got the closest:

Hey I got the year right!
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Hey I got the year right!
Oops, well I guess it's a tie then!
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hey i was right it was a 36v at one time
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hey i was right it was a 36v at one time
It was?!
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