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Cowboy wrote:Cool. It really does seem like the conditions of these batterys very a lot. I got a 55 that had a new IH battery and it did not last a year. The 64 cub that I have the 2002 Sams battery gets run at least a hour a week in the winter. And two to seven hours a week in the summer.
Billy: That seams to be the ansure that you run your tractor once a week in the winter, and I just let mine sit for a month some times longer. As I said in an earlyer post it's my falt for not keeping up on the maintenance of the battery by charging it in the winter.
The summer is not a problem because they get plenty of run time.
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Heat will have a lot to do with the life of a battery. High heat is just as hard on them as the cold
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