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Sears has thier Die Hard Gold battery available for $79.99. It has a 3 year replacement warrenty and 900 CCA. Sounds pretty good in my book. I was reccomended some other batteries by other people, but now with the battery dead all together, I don't have time to order one. Besides, the Die Hard sounds kinda hard to beat anyway.

-Dan
 

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Diehards are good batterys. Go get it and put it in. I still have the OEM battery turned over in 14 below weather last week no long crank just a smooth start I was impressed. I have a Die hard in my truck for over 6 years!
 

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I buy batteries at Costco.
The battery for my 95 Taurus happens to be the cheapest size/form, so it is like $40. It works as well as any other batteries I've ever had for any car. Costco is extremely lenient on returns and refunds, so if anything happens to the battery, return it.


I had a 2 year old cash register that had some problems with printing receipts. Took it back to Costco for refund, and it was all dirty from 2 years of usage, plus I forgot the keys, and they still refunded my money with no questions asked.
 

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Diehards are good batteries
 

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Diehard Gold's are Very Nice Batteries, High CCA's when it counts. I Always get them and have no problems whatsoever.

They are Made By Johnson Controls, all the Batteries by them seem to work very well.

I said Johnson....
 

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Die hard is in and workin' like a champ. We'll have to see next time I'm running in the dark if I still have dimming head lights.

-Dan
 
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