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Old 05-04-2011, 02:32 PM
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Maybe this is a crazy question. I receintly removed me inner wheel whell and battery holder. I had to put the car back in the garage, so i put the battery on a 2 by 4 piece or wood (its not sitting straight). the battery is not leveled,its pitched downward on one side and a put the battery charger on. Will the battery charger hurt the battery because its not mounted straight?

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As long as no electrolite is spilling you should be OK.

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Maybe this is a crazy question. I receintly removed me inner wheel whell and battery holder. I had to put the car back in the garage, so i put the battery on a 2 by 4 piece or wood (its not sitting straight). the battery is not leveled,its pitched downward on one side and a put the battery charger on. Will the battery charger hurt the battery because its not mounted straight?
It wont hurt it as long as it doesnt spill and you dont need the wood. 50 years ago you might have. That is a very common misconception.
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X3 as long as nothing is spilling over you should be fine. JMO


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