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Old 03-29-2016, 03:02 PM   #3311
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Sat in it and listened to the rain come down, and later the rain froze, so I listened to the ice pellets bounce off the roof.
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Old 03-29-2016, 05:56 PM   #3312
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Bought a new DEEP cycle battery for it. The original was a marine cranking battery and only lasted two years. I hope the new one last a little longer those things are expensive.
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Old 03-29-2016, 06:55 PM   #3313
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Physically nothing, but did a lot of dreaming of it. Cant wait to get it out of storage saturday.
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Old 03-30-2016, 08:41 AM   #3314
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Bought a new DEEP cycle battery for it. The original was a marine cranking battery and only lasted two years. I hope the new one last a little longer those things are expensive.
Which one did you end up going with? This is something I will likely need to do this year, perhaps next. My current battery will not take a full charge any more, and we may have some LONG trips coming up this year.
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Old 03-30-2016, 08:43 AM   #3315
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Which one did you end up going with? This is something I will likely need to do this year, perhaps next. My current battery will not take a full charge any more, and we may have some LONG trips coming up this year.
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I didn't know that Diehard made any true deep cycle batteries. Thought they all had CCA ratings, which would mean they are still just plain old marine/rv batteries.
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Ill try to remember to post a picture this evening.
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It's hard for me to get Die Hards around here (have to travel a long way to get to a Sears that sells them). I put one of their AGMs in DW's XTerra last year, and I loved it (have since sold that car). I also didn't know Diehard did true deep cycles; that's good to know.
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I've been wanting to get new tires. I had 250/75r14 load rated "C" I wanted to move up to "D". Well after searching I decided I would go with new tires and wheels I moved up to 250/75R15 and steel wheels. Installed them today. My brother came over and bought the old tires and wheels.
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I picked up a Traeger Tailgater. I just did a break-in and now have chicken quarters on the grill.
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