[DML] Battteries, etc.
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[DML] Battteries, etc.



Two things about batteries in Delorean Service.  First, look at COSTCO batteries (regular automotive type).  Their warrantee involves 100% replacement for a long period (2 years?) and their prices are quite competitive.

Second, if you look at Harbor Freight's fliers and pages one can regularly find their trickle charger for a reasonable amount (like $7.50).  I've had several here on various cars/batteries and they have seemed to be quite durable and reliable.  They also don't seem to boil the cells (last a long time).  My suggestion is to put a connector in the car and replace the clamps on the charger with the mating connector.  The connector doesn't have to be permanently mounted, but having it makes connecting/disconnecting easy and fast.

Al
Al Roberts
twodelo2@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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