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How long do you all typically get out of your four wheeler battery ?  Mine doesn’t seem to be holding a charge. It’s probably about five years old or so. I put very few hours on it yearly. 

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One thing that helps a batteries life span is hooking up a float charger over the winter when they sit for extended periods in the cold . But having said that 5 years is a good run . 

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The way to get maximum years out of your atv battery is to keep it on a battery tender Jr. when it is not in use. In addition to getting long life out of your battery you will always have a fully charged battery everytime you start up. I got 7 years out of my last battery and only changed it to be safe.   valoroutdoors.com.       https://www.walmart.com/ip/Deltran-Battery-Tender-Junior-12V-750mA-Charger/15779492

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One thing that helps a batteries life span is hooking up a float charger over the winter when they sit for extended periods in the cold . But having said that 5 years is a good run . 

This is what I do for all my seasonal stuff. Battery tender brand has always been good to me.

Avoid trickle charges, use a smart charger like a tender.


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2 minutes ago, Belo said:


This is what I do for all my seasonal stuff. Battery tender brand has always been good to me.

Avoid trickle charges, use a smart charger like a tender.


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Yes float charger,  not trickle .. 

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