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Old 02-19-2004, 07:39 PM   #21
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if what you say is true red tops are for cars yellow tops are for systems....the red top still works...no problems here
yellow top is just a deep cycle battery thats all designed for more strenuous applicans
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You could use any type of battery as a secondary. People just mostly use yellow top. Plus if your drain it completely it can charge it back to 100%. Unlike regular batteires where the more you drain them & recharge them the more power you are losing.
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