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There are plenty of replacement options unless Im missing something.
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I'm up for a different replacement option. It's a big battery, anyone in San Diego know of any good places to buy large batteries like this? I'm not as strong as I used to be, but his sucker must way 250lbs. Its just for my stereo and to run the house when the big one hits...lol
Maybe Interstate Batteries. Looks like it might be a bus battery.
yup...looks like one of the batteries we run in our buses
250lbs? Wow! I'd look for an alternative deep cycle battery and/or install dual batteries.
Btw, Ive got a ton of those signs in my garage too. haha
Where r u? I'd bet Kyle could order a replacement from interstate.
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I have two 29 marine maxx from walmart.... last all weekend with a good amp hour rating and they are about 75-80 bucks each.
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Years ago...like early 90's, i used to run 4 deep cycle at my house and it was for my stereo... batteries stashed in a shed out back with 2 big amp chargers and a couple welding leads run into the house to the amps. Car amps..high watt car amps with fans....It's how you get a home high power home system on a budget. At one time it was good for over 3000 watts (i know...not much by today's standards but speakers were always the issue...kinda like top fuel with t/a radials
Ran several pairs of home speakers....no subs but i had base speakers amped separate....it would run for several days @ half power....
Separate/smaller batteries might be better....easier to control heat at high charge/discharge rates....way easier to move....and if one battery craps a cell one smaller battery cheaper than that monster.
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