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12-10-2003 04:24 PM
hotwheels55 http://www.batterytender.com/

Check out this company for battery chargers.
12-10-2003 04:17 PM
Thuggishruggish3000
thanks

thanks alot for the answer
12-10-2003 01:50 PM
Wrencher It'll take a while, depending on the batt, poss overnight, but slow is the best way! A good charger will set you back 2-3 hundred, but something with a boost would be nice!
12-08-2003 08:34 PM
Thuggishruggish3000
hi, i have a question about chargers

hey, everone i have a question about a battery charger that i might buy from Canadiantire, but i want a answer first, i want to know how long will a 12volt battery take to charge on this kind of charger, here are the Features:

For cars, light trucks, lawn tractors, etc.
For use on both 6 V and 12 V batteries
6 amp medium charge keeps 6-and 12-volt batteries fully charged and ready to use
3-mode battery charger allows customers to charge at different amps
2-amp charger keeps stored 12-volt lead acid batteries charged
Manual charger requires monitoring of battery condition, to avoid ovrecharging

Thanks Alot For The Help!

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