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Batteries #15514 01/06/14 11:54 PM
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Just a suggestion to plug your batteries in the boat for the night and tomorrow night.
Extreme cold is hard on these.

Re: Batteries [Re: Coach Paul] #15515 01/07/14 12:04 AM
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True dat! Especially for those of us who have them parked outside! Nothing like the maintainers!


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Re: Batteries [Re: Coach Paul] #15516 01/07/14 02:08 AM
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A marine mechanic suggested this to me.

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