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L100,L110-U1-35   L100 or L110 John Deere Lawn Tractor
 

12 Volt, 35 Amp Sealed Lead Acid Battery

U1-35...IN STOCK !

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Price: $ 64.50 / Each


 
 
 


12 Volt, 35 Amp Rechargeable Sealed Lead Acid Battery

Part number: U1-35

Terminal= Nut & Bolt Terminals
330 CCA

Dimensions: 7.80" Length x 5.20" Width x 6.22" Height (7.00" Height over terminals)

Weight: 25 lbs

  • Absorbent Glass Mat (AGM) technology for superior performance
  • Valve regulated, spill proof construction allows safe operation in any position
  • Power/volume ratio yielding unrivaled energy density
  • Rugged impact resistant ABS case and cover (UL94-HB)
  • Integrated ABS carrying handle for ease of movement
  • Approved for transport by air. D.O.T., I.A.T.A., F.A.A. and C.A.B. certified
  • U.L. recognized under file number MH 20845

Only the batteries are shipped with your order. Existing cables and connectors must be re-used.

Please note the information listed is for a single battery. Certain models/systems require two or more batteries. Please verify the amount of batteries you need.

Maintenance/Storage and Season Start Up

Regular Monthly Maintenance

You can assure the ongoing performance and life of you battery by following a quick routine of battery maintenance. Keep the battery charged to 100%, recharging when the lights dim, the starter sounds weak, or the battery hasn't been used in more than two weeks. Other than that, follow this simple check list every month:

Storing Your Battery
If the vehicle is in storage or is used infrequently, disconnect the battery cable to eliminate drain from electrical equipment. Charge the battery every two weeks. For extended storage, remove the battery from the vehicle and charge to 100%. Charge the battery every month if stored at temperatures below 60° F. If stored in a warm area (above 60° F), charge every two weeks. Make sure batteries are stored out of reach of children. See our Off Season Storage and Season Startup guidelines for more details.

Off Season Storage

We recommend that you spend a little time in protecting your battery during off season storage.

  • If at all possible, remove the battery from the vehicle. Clean the battery and terminals using a solution of baking soda and water.
  • After the battery is cleaned, inspect for any signs of damage or extraordinary wear that may have occurred while in service. If you have any concerns about the condition of your battery, you should seek the advice of a mechanic or a battery specialist.

Sealed AGM batteries or those referred to, as "Maintenance Free" do not require you to maintain the electrolyte levels. Sealed AGM batteries must never be opened once in service or permanent damage and failure will occur. Once you have cleaned and inspected the battery, charge it in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

When the battery is fully charged it should be stored in a secure cool dry environment or reinstalled in the vehicle. Either way, allow yourself access to the battery so you can periodically check your state of charge, or simply attach a battery charger/maintainer to it.

Maintaining your battery state of charge during extended periods of storage is essential to insure the maximum service life is delivered.

Season Startup

When it's time to inspect the vehicles that you've stored during the off-season please make sure that the battery is high on your checklist. Just charging a battery is no indication of its’ overall health. Unless you've maintained the battery during the storage period, it may not be able to deliver its peak performance and service life for the upcoming season. To insure that you get the best performance your battery can deliver you need to perform a few simple checks.

Before performing any inspection on your battery, make sure that there are no open flames or possibility of sparks around the battery and absolutely no smoking. Always wear eye protection, protective gloves and clothing.

When servicing a Sealed Maintenance Free battery, you do not need to inspect the electrolyte levels since the battery is permanently sealed. Sealed Maintenance Free Batteries have a slightly different electrolyte, which influences the terminal voltage. The full charge voltage should read about 12.8 volts.

After you've performed this maintenance, you still may require additional help with your battery. While the battery may exhibit good terminal voltage, it may not be in the best state of health. The battery could be seriously short on capacity if it had deteriorated due to corrosion or sulfation. To check this condition you may choose to reinstall the battery in your vehicle and perform a very fundamental start test or you could take the battery to a service center and have a capacity test performed. Most battery dealers will perform a simple electronic or electrical resistance test on the battery and be able to tell you the state of health. By knowing the state of health, you can determine the useful life expectancy of you battery. With this information you can decide if you should replace the battery with a new one or reinstall the existing one in the vehicle.

To insure maximum performance and service life for your battery, we recommend that you use nothing greater than a 1.5 Amp or 900mA Automatic Battery Charger or Float Type Charger for battery maintenance. Please refer to the manufacturer’s instructions for additional battery charging information.

Even with the proper care and maintenance your battery will eventually wear out. It is usually easier, more convenient and in some “mission critical” situations safer, to replace them before they fail unexpectedly. With this in mind, you may want to simply replace the battery every few years with a new one.


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