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Most folks opt for a lithium iron battery. My current one has 330 CCA.
Thanks again, just removed battery, put on a new battery tender included dielectric grease and reinstalled in 22 minutes. That old bicycle inner tube came in handy!
 

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Thanks again, just removed battery, put on a new battery tender included dielectric grease and reinstalled in 22 minutes. That old bicycle inner tube came in handy!
Getting to those can be a pain! My Lithium Iron Phosphate battery has 320 CCAs. The switch to it from the stocker was dramatic
 

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Hello everyone, I was perusing the forum looking for some battery advise. It's getting colder outside and my 2010 Fury acts like I feel on a cold morning... slow to start. I removed the battery and took it to see if it was bad... Battery Source said it was still GOOD. Putting the battery back in was a pain. Is there a trick to keep the rear battery nut from falling into the battery box???
I use a piece of black electrical tape barely wrapped around the corner to hold it in.
 
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