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Old 25 June 2012, 20:08   #11
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Country: USA
Boat name: Uh...a kayak?
Length: 4m +
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Personally I would cancel that order for the battery box. You can do so from the order screen on Amazon.
Universal fit holds 24-, 27-, 30- and 31-series batteries. Size: 11-1/2"H with lid. Base: 13-1/2"L x 7-3/8"W.

That is a full size battery box as in one that works for a car battery. It is HUGE! It will hold 4 of the batteries you bought.

You can put one of these into most anything.

My cell phone lives in a waterproof case while on the boat. Then again mine is a small boat that always has salt water splashing around in it.

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Old 26 June 2012, 05:22   #12
Country: UK - England
Town: Northampton
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Length: 5m +
Engine: Outbaord mariner 75
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I've had one of these batteries on my electronics to help keep the main bettery charged.

Yuasa Batteries :: NP Industrial Batteries

Yusha we used in the UPS's at work and we had to chenge them regually so always had 10 or 20 knocking arround. sadly I dont any more.

but good little batteries

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Old 10 July 2012, 16:49   #13
Country: Canada
Town: GTA
Boat name: Zodiac
Make: Zodiac Futura MkIII
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Engine: 50 HP ETec Tiller
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I use a wheelchair battery for a spare, and to run fishfinder, etc.
Same size as a lawn tractor type battery, but gelled electrolyte won't spill. Enough power to crank the engine should the main battery malfunction.

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