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DieHard Lawn & Garden Battery - Group Size U1 (Price with Exchange)

Item# 02850784000P | Model# 50784 | Added on December 22, 2010 |
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DieHard Lawn & Garden Battery - Group Size U1 (Price with Exchange)
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DieHard Gold Lawn & Garden U1 Battery Fits Your Tractor and Your Life Tidy up your garden without ever losing steam with the trusted DieHard U1 Lawn & Garden battery. With a powerful 230 CCA (cold cranking amps), you can ride around your lawn all day in your tractor if you're so inclined (or until life's other responsibilities set in). The DieHard Gold Lawn & Garden U1 Battery serves as a maintenance-free choice for people who want a reliable battery. Every time you turn on your device you get a quick start, so you can get mowing and tending to your garden faster than you can say "yard work." Your heavy duty fall and spring clean-ups won't be interrupted by a faulty, failing battery when you use the trusted DieHard name. And with all-season capability, this battery delivers whenever you need it most-through fall foliage, a hard winter, a wet spring and a hot, dry summer.

  • The DieHard U1 Lawn & Garden battery is Group Size U1, fitting most major brands of lawn and garden tractors (and some small power utility vehicles)
  • Model Number: 50784
  • Voltage: 12V
  • Use: Lawn and Garden
  • BCI Cold Cranking Amps (CCA): 230
  • Positive Terminal Side: Left
  • Terminal Post Location: Top
  • Maintenance free
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By dwb605
October 9th, 2012
Great battery for the money

Bought this battery for my 4-wheeler, actually I relocated the battery. Wanted a battery with a little more longevity. This battery surpassed my motorcycle batteries by double the life and it is still going. I realized I needed a larger capacity battery when my 4-wheeler had starting problems, and the stock battery went dead and needed replacement. I first hooked up my trolling battery on the back rack, when I took the bike in for repairs, the maintenance guy said that people were complimenting about the larger battery on the back of my 4-wheeler. That's when I knew I needed a battery with a bit more umph.

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Sears_Purchaser
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Disturbing

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I asked before I left after picking up battery if it was fully charged. They said yes.
Put it in my rider mower and nothing. I used my electric battery charger for 1/2 hour and it worked.
Disturbing, should have worked when I brought it home

May 7th via powerreviews.com
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Sears_Purchaser
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Original equipment

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This was the battery that came with my lawn tractor. I managed to make it last 5 years. Better than a Walmart.

April 23rd via powerreviews.com
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twohandedlion
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The best

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I bought this Die Hard to replace a $25 battery from ******* 2 years before. I didn't realize my mower could turn over so fast when starting. The name says it all. I've used my mower to "jump" my pickup. A great product.

December 5th via sears.com
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gscjc
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Perfect for lawn tractor

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December 1st via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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wmzem
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excellent service

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October 14th via sears.com
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