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Do you guys recommend getting this battery to run for your cars since, it does have a great battery life, CCA rating is also great.

Or do you guys just prefer the stock battery that came in the car? i personally from what people have told me that the dry cell batteries are great, plus this battery has a life time warranty as well or 3 years..
 

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Personally, I buy inexpensive batteries (less than $60) and use my load tester to determine whether to replace around 3-5 years. I've been doing this for decades (yes, I'm outside the market age group). Much better than spending big bucks on a battery that will one day leave you stranded. As stated earlier, dry cells are good if you have a lot of aftermarket electronics. I do own an old Miata which requires a dry cell since it's in the trunk and must be vented. It tends to last 7 years and that is from the highest rated manufacturer.
 
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