[Oeva-list] Re: used batteries

Rick Barnes barnes.rick at comcast.net
Fri Jun 10 05:24:46 PDT 2005


Sorry, bad link.
 
Try this:
http://www.interstatebatteries.com/www_2001/content/products/specs/dcs100l.p
df
 
Rick

-----Original Message-----
From: oeva-list-bounces at oeva.org [mailto:oeva-list-bounces at oeva.org] On
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Sent: Friday, June 10, 2005 5:15 AM
To: Theoldcars at aol.com; oeva-list at oeva.org
Subject: RE: [Oeva-list] Re: used batteries


The Dynasty 100 amp-hour AGM batteries DCS-100L are available form
Interstate in Vancouver WA for $129 each.
http://www.interstatebatteries.com/www_2001/content/products/specs/dcs100l.p
df#search='dcs100l'
 
Rick Barnes

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 11:39 AM
To: oeva-list at oeva.org
Subject: [Oeva-list] Re: used batteries



Hello Bryan
 
What voltage is your system? I don't know about any used batteries but I
have found Panasonic 12 volt AGM 28 Ah batteries new for around 45 dollars
plus shipping. There number is LC X1228 they weigh 23 pounds each. Panasonic
also has other Ah AGM batteries. The price can be even lower with a larger
order. I am thinking about getting some more.
 
Don
 
In a message dated 6/6/2005 12:03:53 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
oeva-list-request at oeva.org writes:


With no resolution in site for the replacement of the bad 90Ah Thunder Sky
cells, I'm thinking I would like to put together a small pack of lead acid
batts so I can at least get the Accord on the road and get *some* use out of
it.  I figure I'll probably only be able to fit 600-800 lbs. of lead in max,
without upgrading the suspension (which I'd rather not do for a "temporary"
pack).  Anyway, I'm looking for tips, suggestions, etc., for where to check
to find a source for some cheap used batteries.  I'd rather not put a bunch
of money into buying new batteries that I will hopefully (keeping fingers
crossed although the outlook is not looking good) be replacing soon.
Obviously I would like to get as much range as possible, but I'm not
expecting too much from that small a pile of lead.  Even if I could only get
10-15 miles per charge, that would be enough for most of my daily driving.



As it is, I've put about 20 all-electric miles on the car with those crappy
TS cells (just short test drives down the street and around the
neighborhood).  That's just enough to whet my appetite, but I want MORE!
:-)   After 3 years in progress, I would really like to get the car
driveable on a regular basis.



-Bryan

 

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