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Old November 8th 17, 03:18 PM posted to rec.autos.makers.jeep+willys
Jane
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Default Maintenance free batteries: disadvantages?

replying to Wblane, Jane wrote:
I've been using maintenance free, sealed batteries since they first came out a
couple of decades ago. Would never go back to the old ones. They have the same
life and are much less hassle. There's never a problem of accidentally getting
battery acid on your clothes with sealed car batteries. Ruined a brand new
pair of 501 Levi jeans when battery acid got on them when refilling old
battery.

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