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Old 08-18-2022, 01:21 PM   #11
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Default Re: U.S. Battery vs. Duracell

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thats why they make Durcell batteries for when you're flipping a cart. A cart that you're going to keep for a while is worth putting in a better battery.
Not necessarily. Perhaps you want your buyers to have higher quality batteries, or if the cart is modded it needs a higher quality pack to run it's best.

Maybe someone just wants to ride the cart for a mile once every 2-3 weeks. Even cheaper batteries last a long darn time when you barely use them.

I recommend better quality for most people who need/want to use the cart on an every day basis or will be covering longer distances.
For the home DIYers around here riding around their own property, I often tell them to go cheap and save the $$$, since they likely won't take very good care of the pack or cart anyway.

JAMoore, Out of curiosity what prices are you finding those US batteries for?
Trojans are the best available in my area of the state, but the prices have gone through the roof lately because of demand.
I needed a set a few weeks ago and the lowest I could find within an hour drive was still $200 each for T875s. I could drive further and get them slightly cheaper, but it would have made a 3+ hour trip to save $150.
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Old 08-18-2022, 03:02 PM   #12
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Default Re: U.S. Battery vs. Duracell

Ouch. At that price you’re knocking on the door for lithium
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Old 08-18-2022, 04:07 PM   #13
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Default Re: U.S. Battery vs. Duracell

The US are $134.88 for the 155 amp hour and $149.88 for the 170 amp hour. This is at Pasco battery in Chesapeake. I think there is (or used to be) a Pasco in Ashland around Richmond. In reference to the comments about putting in cheaper batteries to sell a cart, the sad fact is that the Duracell is still $129.88 at my local Sam's. Not really cheaper, at least in price. Sam's is a lot closer for me but I will take the drive over to Chesapeake for the US. Like I said, I have dealt with them before and it was a pleasant experience.
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