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Old 21-10-2021, 10:27   #1
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Dead Batteries in Portugal

After nearly 2.5 years away, I've finally made it back to my boat in Lisbon. Unfortunately, although not surprisingly, my batteries are dead. I had Trojan T-105's, and I'd love to replace them in kind. In lieu of Trojan batteries, I'd prefer GC2 golf cart batteries of a different brand.

Does anyone know where I can get golf cart batters in the Lisbon area? Preferably within the next few days?
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Re: Dead Batteries in Portugal

boatman61 might know.

Try: Onlybattery Lisboa [Lisbon] ➥ https://www.onlybattery.pt/lojas.php?distrito=11

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Re: Dead Batteries in Portugal

Have you considered getting in touch with a golf course and finding out where they buy?
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Re: Dead Batteries in Portugal

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After nearly 2.5 years away, I've finally made it back to my boat in Lisbon. Unfortunately, although not surprisingly, my batteries are dead. I had Trojan T-105's, and I'd love to replace them in kind. In lieu of Trojan batteries, I'd prefer GC2 golf cart batteries of a different brand.

Does anyone know where I can get golf cart batters in the Lisbon area? Preferably within the next few days?
Hi. Try www.bateriasdacidade.pt . They do sell Trojan and Exide (among others). Everytime I've dealt with them they've been knowledgeable and nice.

Rua Conde de Almoster Nr. 112
1500 - 198 Lisboa
Tel: +351 217 711 620
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