EverStart Marine Battery, Group Size 24MS

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EverStart Marine Battery, Group Size 24MS
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  • 1 year free replacement warranty
  • Marine Cranking Amps: 625
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  • 1 year free replacement warranty with original receipt
  • Marine Cranking Amps: 625
  • (MCA) Marine Cranking Amps is a rating that defines a marine battery's ability to deliver a large amount of power for a short period of time. Since marine batteries are typically never used at temperatures below freezing, marine cranking amps are measured at 32 F as opposed to 0 F for cold cranking amps.
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    Battery Type: Lead Acid
    Model No.: 24MS
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 45.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 11.0 x 6.9 x 9.5
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA and Imported
    Origin of Components: USA and Imported
    Walmart No.: 1020522
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    Customer Reviews | 11 reviews | 3.1 out of 5

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    Good Marine starting battery, NOT deep cycle
    4/8/2014

    Customer review by HereFishy

    5.0 stars 4/8/2014 by HereFishy
    by HereFishy

    This battery has served me very well, I would recommend it. I bought this battery 9/2008 for my 115hp Yamaha, it failed to take a charge today, 4/2014. That's just over 5 years of service. Granted I used it lightly, but never charged it over the winter months, in North Florida. I will be buying another tomorrow. Marine cranking amps 625 @ 32 degrees, cold cranking amps 500.

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    HereFishy
    Northwest Florida
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per month
    good for the money
    5/1/2013

    Customer review by billybobs

    4.0 stars 5/1/2013 by billybobs
    by billybobs

    owned for over a year no problems used for travel trailer charges fine lasts fine i throw a charge to it every 3rd or 4th camping weekend old guy in georgia never says what he used his for

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    billybobs
    mohawk ny
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Once per week
    Great Battery for the money
    6/24/2014

    Customer review by DuketheHandyman72

    4.0 stars 6/24/2014 by DuketheHandyman72
    by DuketheHandyman72

    I use 4 of these batteries in my Travel Trailer hooked up to a 160 watts of Solar, 10 amp Charge controller & 2500 watt inverter (mod sine wav ) . Purchased in May 2012 and still cranking up today6/24/2014. I run my Walmart Mini fridge, Microwave, LED lights and Heat all on these batteries NOT ALL TOGETHER !! but they work fine. The trick to keeping these batts in good shape is to check the water regularly and keep them charged all the time. My Charge controller works like a Battery tender when not under load so i am always at 12.8 trickle charge and 13.8 when charging.

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    Comment from ProductExpert - 6/27/2014

    Thank you for your input, and you are right when you say to keep the batteries in good shape. This will extend the overall life of the battery.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    by jeff 10/1/2013
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    • A. You would hook them in parallel, also a regular charger would be ok ,like a 6 to 10 amp, (but the charger depends on how you are going to use the batteries) there is no free lunch, if you use 60 amps for one hour,out of the batteries it will take the charger aprx 10 hours at 6 amps to put it back, also batteries in parallel over time dont reach a full charge, one will reach the charger cut off voltage sooner than the other and will not recieve a full charge, after time (maybe years) it will fail..
      by tony11116/11/2015
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    • A. you will want to wire in parallel......... for 12 volts in series you will have 24 v. a 30 or 40 amp charger that is self tapering should be more than enough
      by fritzfcbn5/16/2015
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    • A. Hi Jeff, Good question, i'm having trouble confirming the voltage of this battery. Series power sources add voltage. Max current is dictated by the lowest rated battery. Parallel power sources add current while keeping the voltage the same. If using 2 6volt batteries to get 12 volts, you need to connect in series, just like putting AA batteries into a remote control. Most chargers don't go up to 55 amp but you should consider something greater than a trickle charger. Hope this helps.
      by nobodyhome13136/11/2015
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