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SLA 12-Volt L1 Terminal AGM Battery

$71.97 /each

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The SLA UB12180 12-Volt T4 Terminal AGM Battery is a premium quality absorbed glass mat technology (AGM) is ideal for ATVs, motorcycles, personal watercraft, and snowmobiles. The Adventure Power AGM Battery was designed for more than performance; it was designed for the enthusiast with more cranking power than our competitors' same sized battery. Frequent replacement and high maintenance are over. A one year warranty is also included for your peace of mind. The Adventure Power AGM Battery provides the most power and best value in the industry. Primary Applications: ATV, Emergency Lighting, Gate Opener, Lawn and Garden, Medical Mobility, Security, UPS and Surge Protector.

  • AGM batteries have the electrolyte suspended in fiberglass mat separators that act as absorbent sponges
  • For best results active users should charge battery daily
  • Molded top and side connection terminals provide versatility, increased strength and durability
  • Specially designed to be completely spill proof and leak proof
  • Excellent resistance to vibration, shock, chemicals and heat
  • Lower self-discharge means less time between recharging
  • Withstands high current output and deep cycling for more sustained performance
  • DOT 60 classified for easy transportation
  • UL recognized

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Is this battery suitable for a marine use

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Ideally I would like to purchase a Exide marine stoyaway battery (24msxst). Can you supply and price this one?
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February 19, 2016
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This is suitable for marine use.
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It can be used in marine and it is a sealed battery. This is a U-1 sized battery that often get used in powering fish finders and very small single man boats who wish to use a small trolling motor. U-1 are usually used in wheelchairs and mobility or starting mid sized lawnmowers. It is much smaller and would be less powerful than a group 24 sized battery that you have compared it to.
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Would this work in a larger rv

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It is not a large starting battery or a large back up battery to run alot of accessories this is under half the size of a G27 or G31 sized battery typically used in RVs. RV batteries are typically 100 Ah this is 35 Ah.
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would this besuitable for a one man pontoon boat w/30 lb. thrust motor?

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A small light boat it can be used in to get in tight locations. I would not run it wide open for prolonged periods of time on large bodies of water. Most 30 lb trolling motors pull about 30 amps Max and that could leave you with about 30 minutes of use but at slower speeds and using it for manavering the boat side to side it should last several hours per charge. If this is for a large body of water where Read More
A small light boat it can be used in to get in tight locations. I would not run it wide open for prolonged periods of time on large bodies of water. Most 30 lb trolling motors pull about 30 amps Max and that could leave you with about 30 minutes of use but at slower speeds and using it for manavering the boat side to side it should last several hours per charge. If this is for a large body of water where this is going to be the main mode of propulsion I would move up to a larger battery. In many cases this would to well with a small light one man pontoon. Read Less
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