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Old 07-26-2003, 01:56 AM   #21
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What was the "bad" battery? Just let us know so we can stay away from it. I have a Sears battery, a die hard. Worked everytime and i have seen good voltage since i bought it.
It is a NASCAR 800. Don't remember the exact make on it. I replaced it with the same battery. I have had the same battery for a few years. It doesn't surprise me too much that it went bad (or so it seems). I have been using them in most of my cars. they've done pretty good in the past.
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