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Old 01-22-2017, 04:40 PM   #21
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The AGMs will also take a lot more abuse than lead acid. They spent a good part of the time on their sides in my sailboat, being pounded into the ocean waves. They stood up a lot better than the lead acids. I don't have any where near those extreme conditions in my Axis, but when I am traveling over dirt, potholed roads I wonder how much toll that takes on my lead acid batteries? No way to compute that.

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