This is the battery I went to small lite sealed good battery. http://www.amazon.com/Battery-Tender...BV7GABM1KQRYND
I have been doing searches because I know I have seen discussions on here about batteries but I am having no luck finding what I know I have read in the past.
A bit back, I asked my local dealer about a maintenance free battery and they told me there isn't one for the TW.
I suspect you all have a different opinion and I would like to hear recommendations for a replacement battery or please direct me to the thread I need to view.
Rocky Mountain has a good deal on a TW Battery for around $40.
Dette - your dealer is full of it
You can find wet cell batteries that are "maintenance free"
Gell batteries that are "maintenance free"
Lithium batteries that "maintenance free"
The only thing that's not "maintenance free" is your dealer
I'll be back in 24hrs to give you some links .......
I have one of these (in a different size) in my Sportster. Great price, great warranty. http://amzn.to/1Kqp0dC
'94 Sportster 1200
'74 XL70 Frankenbike
Hey Dette, here is some from amazon which start at around 30 bucks and up, look for free shipping too!!
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I am LOVING my Battery Tender Lithium batteries. All the bikes I have with those, NEVER need to be on a trickle charge.
LOVE. I used the word love.
You KNOW these batteries are good now.
I have a Shorai on my TW.
Only at sub freezing temperatures is there any issue with them.
They are the batteries I recommend!
Thanks all.....I may need to create a spreadsheet to organize all this....I appreciate all the help.
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