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Battery Giant offers a complete line of high quality, long lasting, compatible replacement Electric/Utility Vehicle Batteries. Keep your utility vehicle running smoothly and purchase a battery for your Artic Cat, Cushman, John Deere or Kawasaki Utility Vehicle at Battery Giant.
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Battery Giant is the trusted industry leader for the widest selection of replacement utility vehicle batteries. Through our expansive collection of utility vehicle batteries, searching for the right size, application or manufacturer recommended utility vehicle battery is simple. Battery Giant strives to sustain an environmentally friendly enterprise as a trusted utility vehicle battery provider. If you are looking for the most comprehensive offering of the best priced batteries for utility vehicles, Battery Giant is the top source for a wide range of replacement utility vehicle batteries.
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Shop the Battery Giant online store for great deals on replacement batteries for utility vehicles as well as other battery needs. You can explore our inventory of utility vehicle batteries by manufacturer, ensuring that your utility vehicle battery purchase suits your specific application. At Battery Giant, we specialize in offering low price utility vehicle batteries. In addition, we back our inventory of replacement utility vehicle batteries with more than a decade of service and support in the retail battery industry. Discover the greatest deals on utility vehicle batteries with Battery Giant.
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If you are looking for a replacement utility vehicle battery for specific utility vehicle brand or manufacturer, Battery Giant has you covered. We offer an extensive supply of Utility Vehicle batteries for many of the top manufacturers of utility vehicles. Whether you are looking for a Polaris utility vehicle battery, Kubota utility vehicle battery, John Deere utility vehicle battery or Kawasaki utility vehicle battery, we can provide the specific utility vehicle battery to fit your needs. And if you already know the utility vehicle battery part number, use Battery Giant's Quick Order option to make your utility vehicle battery purchase even quicker and easier.
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Utility Vehicle Battery FAQs
At Battery Giant, we want our customers to be happy with their utility vehicle battery purchase. We achieve this by providing our customers with all the information they need regarding utility vehicle batteries. Below are basic utility vehicle battery FAQs to help answer any of your general utility vehicle battery questions.
Q: How does an utility vehicle battery work?
A: A utility vehicle battery works similar to other common batteries. Utility vehicle batteries store energy in a chemical form that can be released on demand as electricity. Each utility vehicle battery cell consists of positive plates, negative plates and an electrolyte solution. Utility vehicle batteries produce electricity because of the chemical reaction between these three elements.
Q: What should I consider when purchasing a replacement utility vehicle battery?
A: There are three important factors to consider when buying replacement utility vehicle batteries. While shopping for utility vehicle batteries, it is critical to consider size, power and warranty. Although it is recommended to consult the manufacturer's recommended guidelines in attaining the correct replacement utility vehicle battery, below are some general factors to consider while selecting a replacement utility vehicle battery.
First, you have to make sure the replacement utility vehicle battery will fit. Check the physical dimensions of the new utility vehicle battery with that of your original utility vehicle battery. Next you need to consider what the required power is for the utility vehicle battery. Keep in mind, as long as the voltage is the same, you can never have "too much" power. Finally, you need to consider the utility vehicle battery warranty period. We recommend choosing replacement utility vehicle batteries with a warranty period that best fits your needs.
Q: What causes utility vehicle batteries to fail?
A: There are several factors that contribute to the failure of utility vehicle batteries. Excessive heat causes corrosion, which can dry out the utility vehicle battery cell. This is probably the number one reason for the failure of utility vehicle batteries. Extreme cold weather can sometimes put a heavier drain on utility vehicle batteries. This also is a contributor to utility vehicle battery failure. Also, if an utility vehicle battery is not securely held down, vibrations can shed the active material from the utility vehicle battery's plate grids. This will cause failure in most utility vehicle batteries. Overcharging an utility vehicle battery may cause overheating. Although typically a prolonged process, overcharging can eventually cause utility vehicle batteries to fail. Other possible factors that can cause utility vehicle batteries to fail include corroded terminals, sulfation due to inactivity, or electrical shorts in the utility vehicle battery itself. These are just some of the common causes of utility vehicle battery failure. Utility vehicle batteries can vary in composition, which can influence how utility vehicle batteries depreciate.
Q: Where is the best place to store utility vehicle batteries during the off season?
A: Before storing an utility vehicle battery, make sure it is fully charged. Remember that fully charged utility vehicle batteries will not freeze, but a discharged utility vehicle battery can freeze. Test your utility vehicle battery and charge the utility vehicle battery if necessary. It also might be wise to purchase an utility vehicle battery maintainer. After a full charge and test, now you are ready for utility vehicle battery storage. Store utility vehicle batteries in a cool, dry and well ventilated area out of the reach of children or pets. Check the level of the utility vehicle battery charge every 30-45 days. A trickle charge using an utility vehicle battery maintainer or low amperage charge overnight might be necessary for some utility vehicle batteries depending on their age and composition. Also good storage precaution is to check the fluid level inside the utility vehicle battery. If the fluid level is low inside the utility vehicle battery, add distilled water.
Q: How do you properly charge utility vehicle batteries?
A: Proper charging of utility vehicle batteries is important. While the utility vehicle battery charger or utility vehicle battery maintainer is still unplugged, connect the leads to the proper (+)(-) terminals. Wiggle the utility vehicle battery connectors to ensure a good connection. Adjust the settings on the utility vehicle battery charger for correct voltage and amperage. Now you can plug in the utility vehicle battery charger and turn it on. While charging utility vehicle batteries in a well-ventilated area, periodically check on the utility vehicle battery for any obvious signs of charging malfunctions. Make sure that while charging utility vehicle batteries that there is no signs of overheating. If the utility vehicle battery is too hot to touch or if the utility vehicle battery is "gassing" profusely, turn the charger off immediately. Once the replacement utility vehicle battery is fully charged, turn the charger off, unplug it from the wall and unhook the utility vehicle battery charging cables. Always use caution when charging new and replacement utility vehicle batteries.
Q: What can I do to help preserve the life of utility vehicle batteries?
A: Follow these guidelines every 3-6 months and you can extend the life of utility vehicle batteries.
- Check utility vehicle batteries for cleanliness - If the utility vehicle battery tray is dirty or corroded, first remove the utility vehicle battery cables, followed by the utility vehicle battery unit. Wash the utility vehicle battery tray with a water and baking soda solution. Flush the utility vehicle battery tray with water and dry it off with a paper towel. If necessary, further clean the utility vehicle battery with a brush or a special terminal cleaning tool. It is also safe to wash most utility vehicle batteries with the baking soda and water solution, however, be sure that the utility vehicle battery vent caps are on tight (if the utility vehicle battery is not sealed) to prevent anything from entering into the utility vehicle battery cells. Clean utility vehicle batteries, in a clean tray, will ensure the best connection.
- Check utility vehicle battery hold down brackets - Make sure the brackets holding the utility vehicle battery to the frame are secure. Excessive vibration will cause premature failure in utility vehicle batteries. If the utility vehicle battery brackets are loose, tighten them and spray them with a corrosion preventative spray. This will keep the corrosion on utility vehicle batteries from rebuilding.
- Check the utility vehicle battery case - The condition of the utility vehicle battery case often will indicate if you have a problem. If the utility vehicle battery case is "swollen" on the sides (concave) there is probably a charging system problem. If the utility vehicle battery case is cracked, the utility vehicle battery should be replaced. These utility vehicle battery problems are non repairable. In these incidences, it is recommended to replace the utility vehicle battery immediately.
- Check fluid levels inside utility vehicle batteries - Remove the vent caps and check on the fluid level inside the utility vehicle battery. If you see fluid, the utility vehicle battery is fine. While looking in the cell of the utility vehicle battery, if you see an exposed lead plate, distilled water immediately should be added. Be careful not to overfill the cells in the utility vehicle battery. As with most batteries, the fluid level in utility vehicle batteries should stop approximately 1" under the top of the utility vehicle battery.