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Old 05-30-2012, 03:07 PM   #11
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I wonder what the USA price for the same battery would have been. Everything in Canada is more expensive when it comes to electronics, vehicles etc.
And Happy wife Happy life is generally a gr8 rule to understand. Only the freezer is to be kept cold.
Last year I installed T-145s for $150 per battery (dealer's cost). They normally will run $175-$200, though.
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Old 05-30-2012, 05:50 PM   #12
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I am in Toronto but got my 2 6V GC1 from Costco in Myrtle Beach for $88 each, including taxes, core fee and hazardous material something fee in SC. I call that a deal. Costco tells me they are only stocked at warehouses close to golf courses, a few of them in MB

They're rated for 220AH - very, very happy with performance. Not sure who makes them for Costco, but I am generally happy with their stuff and warranty.

I spent $22 for 2 new battery boxes from JC Whitney.
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