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Old 06-09-2014, 14:45   #1
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Tudor 140 AH 12 volt batteries (4)

These 2 year old batteries were removed when the liveaboard owner of the catamaran switched to lithium batteries. I helped with the project and ended up with the batteries in return.

They seem to have been well maintained. $30 each or $100 for all four. Includes multiple 2/0 cables for connecting them in parallel.

In Annapolis, Maryland.
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