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Old 12-14-2012, 10:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Bigred350 View Post
I have heard don't lay them on a concrete floor. Put a wood block under them or up on a shelf. Don't know why but "that's what they say". this use to be true years and years ago, the battery would discharge through the case to the concrete. but the battery cases are built of material that will not allow that any more.


Also be carful with battery tenders. They can make batteries get to hot and catch on fire. So just be smart about what they are sitting next to.
this use to be true years and years ago, the battery would discharge through the case to the concrete. but the battery cases are built of material that will not allow that any more.
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