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Old 11-30-2015, 03:48 PM   #1
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Don't tell my wife!

So, dummy me took the battery out of the trailer and brought it to work to do a test. Left it here over the long weekend and somebody took it for being a bad battery and gave it to our core guy. I don't remember the group size. Anyone?

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Old 11-30-2015, 05:25 PM   #2
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I have a 2012 eagle 298rls, and its group 27.
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Thank you!!!!
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Add this to the d'oh or boneheaded moments thread.
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The funny thing is, I can't get them to take the old batteries for the life of me. Mainly why I thought I was safe. Lesson learned.
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The funny thing is, I can't get them to take the old batteries for the life of me. Mainly why I thought I was safe. Lesson learned.
Something interesting in this, Are you sure that your battery was given to the "core guy"?
Since as you say you can't get them to take the old batteries.
Or were you just being told that it was given and that it really never was or it just grew legs and walked off.


Did the "core guy" work over the long weekend?
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Something interesting in this, Are you sure that your battery was given to the "core guy"?
Since as you say you can't get them to take the old batteries.
Or were you just being told that it was given and that it really never was or it just grew legs and walked off.


Did the "core guy" work over the long weekend?

Ya know, that's a good question. I asked around the shop and nobody seen it (of course!). It's ok though. I had to get another anyhoo. It was rather weak and died very fast.
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if you boondock, it is a good reason to upgrade to a better battery, or a pair of 6V.
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if you boondock, it is a good reason to upgrade to a better battery, or a pair of 6V.
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Thinking about a Trojan battery. Expensive though. Anyone have any experience with this battery?
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