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Old 16 May 2007, 17:26   #11
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What's the CCA rating of those Squadrons?
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Old 16 May 2007, 17:30   #12
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What's the CCA rating of those Squadrons?
Bear in mind that the postage to deepest darkest druid land on that thing could be many drinking vouchers.
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What's the CCA rating of those Squadrons?
The one I have is rated at 600 CCA. However, the Mercury website states that I sould have 750 CCA for our OptiMax:

http://northamerica.mercurymarine.co.../optimax.php#6

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Bear in mind that the postage to deepest darkest druid land on that thing could be many drinking vouchers.
If you read the advert, you'll see that they won't ship them and only accept uplift. So it could cost a tad more.
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plenty....get ya sheckles out
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Sheckles already spent on an Optima.
They say they're fully functional at all angles, even upside-down.
Had to have it.

I did think of a Numax CXV24MF: (http://www.tayna.co.uk/catalog/586/0...es-page1.html),
This is physically small, a decent price and has the required CCA, but the optima seemed a better box of volts for the job.
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If you read the advert, you'll see that they won't ship them and only accept uplift. So it could cost a tad more.
Read? We've got you for that.

But, perhaps no more cost as Mr.DHDai has a boating aquaintance in Mr. Jardon whom lives only a couple of junctions away on the M3. What a thing it is to have friends.
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Sheckles already spent on an Optima.
They say they're fully functional at all angles, even upside-down.
Had to have it.

I did think of a Numax CXV24MF: (http://www.tayna.co.uk/catalog/586/0...es-page1.html),
This is physically small, a decent price and has the required CCA, but the optima seemed a better box of volts for the job.
and there was me thinking you would be going down the scrappy for some second hand battery out of a mini or something!!

or down halfords for one of those 19quid watch batteries

if ya need me to pick up a few bits from down this way then just say
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...... Mr.DHDai has a boating aquaintance in Mr. Jardon...... What a thing it is to have friends.
No friend of mine
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No friend of mine
JACK BA$TARD!



We just need a friend to sort our a field for pikey club outing and we are set!!!
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