All Customer Submitted Questions
Yes. You can use a voltage tester that is equipped with an 'Amp Meter.' The Amp Meter is a "clamp" that opens and closes around the charger leads. This can measure the amperage output from the charger. You can also measure the voltage output - this will...
Yes, with some exceptions.
This is for a 100' foot spool.
Yes, depending on your location. We do offer local delivery if your near one of our locations. We can ship batteries VIA package service or common carrier.
Yes, you sure can. There are no minimum or maximum purchase requirements.
The AUX14 is typically a starting battery for power sports applications but because if it's composition it is technically "dual purpose." It could be used in a low draw cycle application. An example of this would be to power a fish locator or LED lighting...
The Intimidator 8A8D is a flat plate AGM battery.
Purchasing this battery online, we currently do not charge a core charge. Because of state law, if you purchase this battery in store, there would be a core charge. This is to help prevent batteries from ending up in a landfill.
Yes, these are designed to be crimped with the proper wire crimping tool.
Technically yes, they can be, with safety in mind. Make sure the terminals are covered and protected from accidental shorts.
The dimensions are in inches. Metric dimensions are L: 206.38mm x W: 90.49mm x H: 161.93mm
The PT14B-4 is an imported battery, not made in the USA. Unfortunately there aren't many USA battery manufacturers that offer a full line of power sports batteries.
This is a tough question to answer. After a battery sits for an extended period of time the electrolyte will start to separate (sulfuric acid and water). When this happens the sulfuric will begin to deteriorate the plates of the battery; causing failure...
Our 2 gauge cable is sold by the foot. If you order 10 feet, you'll receive 1 piece of cable, 10 feet long.
10.25" x 6.5" x 3"
Yes, you certainly can solder these terminals. We recommend first adding solder flux (liquid or paste) inside of the barrel. Then, second, with the terminal secured (preferably in a vice) and melting solder approximately half way into the barrel. Allow...