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DKD1631 Litho in U.S.A. (16-10)
CONTENTS
Batteries for
all applications
Consider John Deere your one-stop
shop for batteries. We offer two
brands to choose from. John Deere
StrongBox™ is our premium-quality
battery that meets the original factory
specifications for all John Deere
equipment. John Deere Performance
is an alternative lower-specification
quality battery that is comparable
to most competitive brands in the
market today. We also offer a full
line of accessories including cables,
terminals, corrosion-prevention
products, and more. And, when
a battery wears down, our battery
chargers will have you up and running
in no time.
John Deere Battery Lineup�������������������������� 4
StrongBox Batteries������������������������������������ 6
StrongBox Silver Technology Batteries���������� 8
StrongBox MowPro and MowPro
Batteries��������������������������������������������������� 9
StrongBox AGM Batteries���������������������������10
Performance Batteries�������������������������������12
STRONGBOX
By Application
Heavy-Duty Commercial��������������������������14
Lawn and Garden������������������������������������ 22
Electric Gator������������������������������������������ 23
Marine�����������������������������������������������������24
Performance Dry Charged����������������������� 25
AGM Technology Maintenance-Free���������������26
By Part Number������������������������������������������� 28
By BCI Group Listing���������������������������������� 30
By Size������������������������������������������������������� 32
PERFORMANCE BATTERIES
By Part Number.......................................... 36
By BCI Group Listing................................... 44
By Size........................................................ 52
Testing Equipment..................................... 60
Warranty Information................................ 64
Battery Filling and Activation
Instructions............................................. 68
Battery-Charging Recommendations............ 70
Battery Safety and Installation................... 72
Recommended Charging Procedures.............74
Merchandising Racks...................................76
Battery Jump Starters................................ 84
Red Fuel Consumer Electronics................... 86
Battery Accessories.................................... 88
Booster Cables and Clamps........................ 89
John Deere Battery Lineup
Whether you choose from our line of
standard-duty Performance batteries
or our heavy-duty StrongBox line, we
have the battery for every need. And,
although our batteries are branded
John Deere, they fit most any brand
of vehicle or equipment. Plus, they are
backed by an excellent warranty to keep
your equipment moving.
Rely on quality John Deere batteries for:
– Farm and ranch
– Heavy-duty commerical and industrial
– Residential and lawn and garden
– Boats, ATVs, motorcycles, and golf carts
–Light-duty service trucks, pickups,
vans, and automobiles
COMMERCIAL BATTERIES
LAWN AND GARDEN BATTERIES
AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES
MARINE BATTERIES
StrongBox, StrongBox Silver Technology,
and StrongBox AGM batteries are
available for ag, construction, off-road,
and fleet applications. These batteries
feature heavy-duty poly containers,
plate anchoring, and plate insulation
to protect against vibration.
MowPro™ and StrongBox MowPro
batteries deliver top cranking power
to engines up to 40 horsepower —
regardless of the season. Their poly case
is tough and durable, yet lightweight,
and their advanced grid, alloy design,
and easy-to-service gang vents make
them virtually maintenance-free.
Get high-performance starting power in
all climates and conditions. Superior grid
and plate designs withstand under-hood
temperatures and extend the life of the
battery. These maintenance-free batteries
are also available in conventional dualterminal, universal-fit configurations.
These John Deere batteries are available
for deep-cycle applications and feature
extra-thick lead grids designed for
deep discharge and cycling. Their twin
stainless steel terminals connect
quickly, allow multiple attachments,
and resist corrosion.
GOLF CART AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE
BATTERIES
These batteries boast high-quality
features like thick lead-antimony grids
and high-density oxide to provide
increased cycling capabilities. Heavyduty rubber separators extend the life
of the battery, and a quick-release
three-gang vent allows for easy water
and cell checks.
Feature Comparison
StrongBox
StrongBox
Silver Technology
Dry state-of-charge
n
n
Epoxy-anchored
n
n
n
Superior vibration protection
Superior reserve capacity retention
n
n
n
Longer wet storage and service life
n
n
Design Feature
Reduced gassing
Superior cycling capability
Maintenance-free
4
Performance
Benefit
Longer shelf life
n
Minimal terminal corrosion and less water loss
Four to six times less gassing than standard alloy water loss at room temperature
n
Voltage systems 14.4 and above
Voltage systems 14.2 and above
StrongBox
AGM
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
n
Longer service life
n
Voltage system matched to battery for longer service life
Voltage system matched to battery for longer service life
n
Reduced need to replenish water during normal service
5
StrongBox
For all makes of heavy- and light-duty farm, ranch and
construction equipment, utility and lawn and garden
equipment, and marine.
StrongBox batteries are built tough
to demanding John Deere specs.
No other brand compares with
the high-quality construction and
internal and external components.
Battery “Freshness”
John Deere has previously offered
StrongBox batteries only as a dry-charged
form. The StrongBox dry-charged process
ensures that batteries remain in a state
of life animation until they are activated
with electrolyte, at which time they are
“born” as brand-new wet-charged
batteries. The freshly activated battery is
in fact a brand-new wet-charged battery
especially if immediately receiving a brief
freshening charge. Data is on file of drycharged batteries stored for 50+ years
and still performing as new after an
activation followed by a boost charge.
1
Dry-charged or activated at the factory, offering a choice
with the same high-quality components.
4
Extra-heavy plates give extra reserve power, especially
in extreme cold.
2
Through-the-wall welded intercell connectors are larger
than some brands to provide increased power for quick starts
in extreme cold.
5
Microporous plastic envelope separators eliminate
electrical shorts and keep positive material from touching
the negative plate.
3
Super radial grid design with inboard lug provides higher
cranking amps, faster charges, and a more efficient design
for lowering electrical resistance.
6
Epoxy-anchored plates are four times stronger than
traditional plates — to reduce vibration damage —
a leading cause of failure in commercial batteries.
Backed by the John Deere warranty.
1
Lower-Cost
Convenience
Now, John Deere offers some high-volume
StrongBox batteries in an activated form
pre-filled with electrolyte and charged.
These batteries are ready to install when
they arrive at the dealership. They provide
the same high-quality components and
construction as the dry-charged
StrongBox with the convenience of being
ready to install. Some dealers prefer the
labor and cost savings of electrolyte that
comes with the activated StrongBox
batteries. In addition to potential savings
at the dealership, these batteries have
a lower manufacturing and distribution
cost, resulting in a lower price than a
similar dry-charged battery.
2
3
4
5
6
Features shown are applicable to heavyduty, commercial StrongBox batteries
and StrongBox special-application tractor
batteries, and are not necessarily applicable
to all types of StrongBox batteries.
6
7
StrongBox Silver Technology
StrongBox MowPro
and MowPro
Advanced, maintenance-free technology perfect for heavy- and
light-duty farm, ranch, construction, utility, and lawn and garden
equipment. Maintenance-free StrongBox Silver Technology is
particularly suited to high-temperature operating conditions.
For all makes of lawn and garden equipment.
Silver tech alloy construction resists
corrosion and provides longer service life
in high-heat conditions.
StrongBox MowPro is another winner
in our line of premium heavy-duty
batteries. It is specifically designed to
deliver reliable starting performance in
lawn and garden equipment.
Efficient radial pattern provides faster
high-voltage starts.
MowPro is a light-duty value-priced
alternative to our top-quality StrongBox
lawn and garden batteries. MowPro will
meet the demands of occasional-use
lawn and garden applications.
Full-perimeter frame rails increase
durability and provide longer service life.
Positive cast-grid design with increased
internal grid wire diameter improves
corrosion resistance and increases
durability.
Backed by the John Deere warranty.
Small grid windows improve active
material retention.
Large lug width and height increase
durability and prove longer service life.
Epoxy-anchored plates for reduced
vibration.
Maintenance-free — no need to add
water during normal service life.
Backed by the John Deere warranty.
In addition to the same superior features as
a regular StrongBox, these batteries feature
a special alloy grid designed to extend life in
high-heat operating environments.
8
We’ve extended the line of StrongBox
batteries for lawn and garden. Count
on MowPro to provide durable reliability
for all your lawn and garden equipment.
9
StrongBox AGM
For all makes of a wide range of machines including
agricultural and construction equipment as well as
heavy-duty trucks, pickups, SUVs, and cars.
StrongBox AGM batteries boast absorbent glass-mat technology,
whereby all acid is retained in a thick and absorptive mat that
acts much like a sponge. Since the acid can’t spill or expand
through freezing, the battery can be used in any orientation
without damage due to leakage — even if the battery’s case
is somehow broken.
1
Extra-heavy straps create superior
conductivity, strength, and durability
for long battery life.
2
Heavy cast grids for superior quality and
durability that ensure long, trouble-free
battery life.
3
Flat-plate absorbed glass mat means
no free-flowing electrolyte will leak
from the battery.
4
Six-valve isolated design
allows gas to escape in
the event of an overcharge
without compromising
seal quality.
5
Through-the-partition
intercell welding ensures
ultimate conductivity and
resistance to vibration.
4
1
2
3
Backed by the
John Deere warranty.
5
This advanced technology employs an
absorbent glass mat to create a battery
that excels when nonhazardous leakproof
performance and long life are essential.
10
11
Performance
For all makes of agricultural, commercial, automotive,
light truck, SUV sport utility, lawn and garden, utility vehicle,
golf cart, electric vehicle, and marine equipment.
Performance batteries offer
customers an economical alternative
in lighter-use situations.
Heavy-duty poly containers.
Hot-melt installation protects against
damaging vibration.
Through-the-wall welded intercell
connectors withstand vibration and
provide quick starts in extreme cold.
Envelope separators eliminate
electrical shorts and prevent corrosion.
Backed by the John Deere warranty and
administered by the supplier.
12
13
Heavy-Duty Commercial
Part Number/Dry
TY21731
TY27472
TY27473
BCI
1
L2/47
L3/48
3EH
Volts
6
12
12
6
CCA
625
600
690
850
CA
750
720
825
1020
RC
160
80
110
280
AH
96
48
66
168
Length
9 1/8 in. (232 mm)
9 1/2 in. (241 mm)
12 1/16 in. (278 mm)
19 5/16 in. (491 mm)
Width
7 / in. (181 mm)
6 / in. (175 mm)
6 / in. (175 mm)
4 3/8 in. (111 mm)
Height
9 3/8 in. (238 mm)
7 1/2 in. (190 mm)
7 9/16 in. (190 mm)
9 13/16 in. (249 mm)
Electrolyte Capacity
4.6 qt. (4.4L)
3.5 qt. (3.3L)
5 qt. (4.7L)
6.3 qt. (6.0L)
Part Number/Activated
TY21737
TY21737A
1 8
7 8
7 8
Plates per Cell
14
15
17
21
Terminal Type*
A
A
A
A
Vent Cap
PT17814
Screw plugs
Screw plugs
PT17814
Features
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
Warranty Code**
12
12
12
12
Chemistry
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid/MF
*See page 17 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
All of our batteries are built to tough John Deere
specifications, but they fit most any brand of vehicle
or equipment. And, they’re backed by an excellent
warranty to keep you running smoothly.
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15
Heavy-Duty Commercial
continued
Part Number/Dry
TY24341
TY21734
TY21754
TY23020
Part Number/Activated
TY24341A
TY21734A
BCI
3ET
Volts
12
TY24381
4
4D
4D
4DLT
6
12
12
12
TY26782
TY23020A
TY27474
TY23025
D4
L5/49
5D
12
12
6
TY26782A
TY23025A
CCA
620
975
1000
1400
1000
1200
850
1000
CA
744
1170
1200
1680
1200
1440
1000
1200
RC
120
320
320
440
220
300
160
300
AH
72
192
160
225
132
154
90
180
Length
19 5/16 in. (491 mm)
13 1/8 in. (334 mm)
20 3/4 in. (527 mm)
20 3/4 in. (527 mm)
20 in. (508 mm)
20 1/16 in. (510 mm)
13 7/8 in. (353 mm)
13 3/4 in. (349 mm)
Width
4 3/8 in. (111 mm)
7 1/8 in. (181 mm)
8 3/4 in. (222 mm)
8 3/4 in. (222 mm)
8 3/16 in. (208 mm)
7 7/16 in. (189 mm)
6 7/8 in. (175 mm)
7 1/8 in. (181 mm)
Height
9 13/16 in. (249 mm)
9 3/8 in. (238 mm)
9 7/8 in. (250 mm)
9 7/8 in. (250 mm)
7 15/16 in. (202 mm)
8 7/8 in. (225 mm)
7 9/16 in. (190 mm)
9 3/8 in. (238 mm)
Electrolyte Capacity
6.8 qt. (6.4L)
5.6 qt. (5.3L)
16.7 qt. (15.8L)
20.4 qt. (19.3L)
11.9 qt. (11.3L)
8.6 qt. (8.17L)
5.3 qt. (5.0L)
7 qt. (6.6L)
Plates per Cell
15
25
22
29
28
27
21
24
Terminal Type*
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Vent Cap
PT17814
PT17814
PT17814
PT17814
PT17814
NA
Screw plugs
PT17814
Features
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
Warranty Code**
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
Chemistry
Hybrid/MF
Hybrid/MF
Hybrid
Hybrid/MF
Hybrid
Maintenance-free
Maintenance-free
Hybrid/MF
*See page 17 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
Terminals
BCI group size: Battery dimensions and terminal configuration
CCA: Amp rating at 0 degrees F
CA: Amp rating at 32 degrees F
RC: Reserve capacity in minutes at a 25 amp load
Activated part number with A suffix: Indicates that the
battery is activated or pre-filled with electrolyte and charged
at the factory.
16
Use a variety of terminals according to the demands of
each battery application. The various types are shown here:
S = Side
Terminal
A = SAE
Automotive
X = U1 Lug
Post
L = Motorcycle
Lug Post
Group 31-T =
Threaded Post
V = Combination
Pillar/Threaded Post
17
Heavy-Duty Commercial
continued
Part Number/Dry
TY26783
TY21757
TY21748
TY6192
Part Number/Activated
TY26783A
BCI
D5
7D
8D
22F
Volts
12
6
12
12
TY26498
TY21764
TY25272
TY24394
TY26498A
TY21764A
TY25272A
22NF
24
27
27F
12
12
12
12
CCA
1400
975
1155
500
500
550
650
650
CA
1680
1170
1380
600
600
660
800
780
RC
380
330
400
90
75
100
120
120
AH
174
198
232
54
45
60
72
78
Length
20 1/16 in. (510 mm)
16 1/4 in. (413 mm)
20 3/4 in. (527 mm)
9 1/2 in. (241 mm)
9 1/2 in. (241 mm)
10 1/4 in. (260 mm)
12 1/16 in. (306 mm)
12 1/2 in. (318 mm)
Width
8 / in. (223 mm)
7 / in. (181 mm)
11 / in. (283 mm)
6 / in. (175 mm)
6 / in. (175 mm)
6 / in. (173 mm)
6 / in. (173 mm)
6 13/16 in. (173 mm)
Height
8 7/8 in. (225 mm)
9 3/8 in. (238 mm)
9 7/8 in. (250 mm)
8 5/16 in. (211 mm)
9 1/2 in. (241 mm)
8 7/8 in. (225 mm)
8 7/8 in. (225 mm)
8 15/16 in. (227 mm)
Electrolyte Capacity
10.6 qt. (10.01L)
9 qt. (8.5L)
19.7 qt. (18.6L)
4.8 qt. (4.5L)
3.87 qt. (3.67L)
4.9 qt. (4.6L)
6.7 qt. (6.3L)
6.2 qt. (5.9L)
3 4
1 8
1 8
7 8
7 8
13 16
13 16
Plates per Cell
33
25
25
13
13
13
15
15
Terminal Type*
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
A
Vent Cap
NA
PT17814
PT17814
PT20038 (gang)
PT21147
PT17813
PT17813
PT17813
Features
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
Warranty Code**
12
12
12
12
12
18
18
18
Chemistry
Maintenance-free
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid
Maintenance-free
Hybrid/MF
Hybrid/MF
Hybrid
*See page 17 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement.
18 = 18 months free replacement.
Why do batteries fail?
In general, 50 percent of batteries fail due to the natural
internal corrosion process that reduces chemical effectiveness.
Continuous use in extreme heat applications is also key to
battery failure.
The other 50 percent of battery failure is due to poor
maintenance, improper charging, or abuse. Unfortunately,
improperly charged batteries are often mistakenly considered
failed and discarded or turned in as a warranty claim, which
is costly for both dealer and customer.
TO PROLONG BATTERY LIFE:
–Check batteries every spring and fall for leakage, state-ofcharge, and loose or frayed wires. Ensure terminals are clean
of corrosion.
–Always use the right battery type for the application at hand.
–Never overfill batteries with electrolyte — this may cause
leakage that can damage a battery.
–Disconnect the battery ground cable if equipment will not
be used for a long time. This will reduce power drainage and
help prolong battery life.
– Use of a John Deere automobile battery maintainer safely charges most batteries that require long storage periods.
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19
Heavy-Duty Commercial
continued
Part Number/Dry
TY21741
TY25803
BCI
30H
31
Volts
12
12
Part Number/Activated
TY24546
TY25879
TY6128
TY26442
TY24546A
TY25879A
31
12
TY25881
TY25876
31
31
34
45
51
12
12
12
12
12
TY25881A
CCA
685
750
925
925
950
770
500
500
CA
822
900
1100
1100
1100
950
600
600
RC
165
180
180
180
190
120
75
75
AH
99
98
100
98
98
72
45
45
Length
13 1/2 in. (343 mm)
13 in. (330 mm)
13 in. (330 mm)
13 in. (330 mm)
13 in. (330 mm)
10 3/16 in. (259 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
9 5/16 in. (237 mm)
Width
6 / in. (173 mm)
6 / in. (173 mm)
6 / in. (173 mm)
6 / in. (173 mm)
6 / in. (173 mm)
6 / in. (173 mm)
5 / in. (140 mm)
4 15/16 in. (125 mm)
Height
9 1/4 in. (235 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
8 1/2 in. (216 mm)
8 15/16 in. (227 mm)
8 11/16 in. (200 mm)
Electrolyte Capacity
5.3 qt. (5.0L)
6.0 qt. (5.7L)
5.6 qt. (5.3L)
5.6 qt. (5.3L)
5.6 qt. (5.3L)
4.33 qt. (4.01L)
4.3 qt. (4.1L)
4.2 qt. (4.0L)
13 16
13 16
13 16
13 16
13 16
13 16
1 2
Plates per Cell
14
17
21
21
22
18
13
14
Terminal Type*
A
A
T
A
A
A
A
A
Vent Cap
PT17814
PT20040
PT20040
PT20040
PT20040
PT21147
PT17814
PT17814
Features
Warranty Code
Chemistry
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
**
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
18
18
18
18
18
12
12
12
Hybrid
Hybrid
Hybrid/MF
Maintenance-free
Hybrid
Maintenance-free
Maintenance-free
Maintenance-free
*See page 20 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
Advanced, maintenance-free technology perfect for
heavy- and light-duty farm, ranch, construction, utility,
and lawn and garden equipment. Maintenance-free
StrongBox Silver Technology is particularly suited to
high-temperature operating conditions.
20
21
Lawn and Garden
Part Number/Dry
TY23017
Part Number/Activated
Electric Gator
TY25878
TY25221
Part Number/Dry
TY25878A
TY25221A
Part Number/Activated TY27365A
BCI
U1
U1
U1
BCI
GC-145
Volts
12
12
12
Volts
6
CCA
165
300
342
CCA
N/A
CA
200
360
408
CA
N/A
RC
17
38
38
RC
145
AH
10
23
23
AH
245
Length
7 3/4 in. (197 mm)
7 3/4 in. (197 mm)
7 3/4 in. (197 mm)
Length
10 5⁄16 in. (261.20 mm)
Width
5 / in. (132 mm)
5 / in. (132 mm)
5 / in. (132 mm)
Width
7 1⁄8 in. (185.42 mm)
Height
7 5/16 in. (186 mm)
7 5/16 in. (186 mm)
7 5/16 in. (186 mm)
Height
11 5⁄8 in. (294.64 mm)
Electrolyte Capacity
2.3 qt. (2.2L)
1.6 qt. (1.5L)
1.8 qt. (1.7L)
Electrolyte Capacity
7.9 qt. (7.53L)
3 16
3 16
3 16
Plates per Cell
5
10
11
Plates per Cell
17
Terminal Type*
X
X
X
Terminal Type
LP1
Vent Cap
PT17422
PT17422-M
PT17422
Features
Features
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, epoxy-anchored plates, super radial grids
Warranty Code**
6
6
6
Chemistry
Hybrid
Maintenance-free
Hybrid/MF
Envelope separators,
polypropylene case,
anchored plates, super
radial grids
Warranty Code
6
Chemistry
Deep-cycle —
antimonial
*See page 17 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
Our line of MowPro batteries
includes a model for every budget.
Choose StrongBox versions for
heavy-duty use or regular MowPro
for lighter-duty applications.
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23
Marine
Performance Dry Charged
Part Number
TY27379A
TY27382A
TY27381A
Part Number
TY26773
TY26774
TY26988
BCI
24M
31
31
BCI
D1
L1
L6
12
12
12
Volts
12
12
12
Volts
CCA
775
700
925
CCA
800
387
900
CA
850
840
1100
CA
972
465
1080
180
73
185
RC
145
200
200
RC
AH
75
100
100
AH
110
44
110
Length
10 ⁄ in. (259 mm)
13 in. (330 mm)
13 in. (330 mm)
Length
16 1⁄4 in. (413 mm)
8 5⁄32 in. (207 mm)
15 15⁄32 in. (393 mm)
Width
6 3⁄4 in. (171 mm)
6 5/8 in. (168 mm)
6 5/8 in. (168 mm)
Width
6 13⁄16 in. (175 mm)
6 7⁄8 in. (175 mm)
6 7⁄8 in. (175 mm)
3 16
Height
8 5⁄8 in. (219 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
Height
8 ⁄ in. (220 mm)
7 ⁄ in. (190 mm)
7 31⁄32 in. (190 mm)
Terminal Type*
A and T
A and T
A and T
Electrolyte Capacity
7.9 qt. (7.5L)
3.3 qt. (3.1L)
6.3 qt. (5.9L)
Vent Cap
NA
NA
NA
Plates per Cell
17
9
21
Terminal Type
A
A
A
NA
NA
NA
Features
All: maintenance-free, 6-valve isolated, heavy-cast grids,
flat absorbed glass mat
†
*
Vent Cap
Warranty Code**
24
24
24
Features
Chemistry
AGM-Marine
AGM-Marine
AGM-Marine
Warranty Code
*See page 17 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
24
11 16
Chemistry
1 2
All: envelope separators, polypropylene case, unanchored plates, super radial grids
**
6
6
6
Hybrid
Maintenance-free
Maintenance-free
*See page 17 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
25
AGM Technology Maintenance-Free
Heavy-Duty Commercial and Automotive
Part Number
TY27374A
TY27380A
TY27375A
TY27376A
TY27377A
TY27378A
BCI
24F
31
34
35
65
78
Volts
12
12
12
12
12
12
CCA
710
925
770
650
750
770
CA
850
1100
925
780
900
925
RC
120
200
120
110
130
120
AH
60
100
60
53
68
60
Length
10 3⁄16 in. (259 mm)
13 in. (330 mm)
10 3⁄16 in. (259 mm)
9 1⁄16 in. (230 mm)
12 in. (305 mm)
10 3⁄16 in. (259 mm)
Width
6 ⁄ in. (171 mm)
6 / in. (168 mm)
7 ⁄ in. (179 mm)
6 ⁄ in. (168 mm)
7 ⁄ in. (183 mm)
7 1⁄16 in. (179 mm)
8 5⁄8 in. (219 mm)
9 7/16 in. (240 mm)
7 7⁄8 in. (200 mm)
8 5⁄8 in. (219 mm)
7 1⁄2 in. (190 mm)
7 1⁄8 in. (181 mm)
A
A and T
A
A
A
T
3 4
Height
Terminal Type
*
Features
Warranty Code
Chemistry
5 8
1 16
5 8
All: maintenance-free, 6-valve isolated, heavy-cast grids, flat absorbed glass mat
All: maintenance-free, heavy-cast grids, flat absorbed glass mat
†
**
3 16
48
24
48
48
48
48
AGM
AGM
AGM
AGM
AGM
AGM
†
TY27375A does not have 6-valve isolate.
*See page 17 for terminal descriptions and drawings.
**Warranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
18 = 18 months free replacement. 24 = 24 months free replacement. 40 = 40 months free replacement.
New energy demands need
new battery technologies
Special applications and emerging technologies such as
hybrid automobiles are sending battery engineers back
to their drafting tables for revolutionary new designs.
These high-tech batteries are ideal for rugged operating
conditions and for use in vehicles such as antique autos
that need absolute protection from battery-acid leaks.
26
Overview
Less maintenance
The StrongBox valve-regulated
absorbed glass mat batteries were
designed for severe applications that
require exceptional power with superior
cycling abilities and vibration protection.
For applications that require a true dualpurpose battery.
StrongBox AGM line of batteries
means reduced maintenance. Most of
the expense, time, and safety concerns
typically associated with conventional
flooded battery maintenance are
reduced or eliminated under normal
operating conditions. This includes cell
watering, acid spills, corrosion damage,
and self-discharging combined with
longer intervals between battery
replacements.
StrongBox AGM batteries are engineered
to provide at least 2x the cycle life and
14x the vibration resistance versus
conventional flooded lead-acid batteries.
They are ideal for over-the-road trucks,
boats, RVs, construction and agricultural
equipment, audiophiles, emergency
vehicles, and a litany of other applications
that demand a significant increase in life
durability versus conventional flooded
lead-acid battery.
Required charging
profile
StrongBox AGM batteries are designed
to operate under normal temperaturecompensated voltage and current
alternator ranges when in vehicle use,
but require a specific recharge profile
when using standalone chargers to
maximize battery life. Failure to follow
the recommended guidelines could
shorten the expected battery life and
void the warranty.
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Batteries by Part Number
Part Number
BCI
Volts
CCA
CA
RC
Application
Warranty Terminal
Code
Type
Vent Cap
Part Number
BCI
Volts
CCA
CA
RC
Application
Warranty
Code
Terminal
Type
Vent Cap
TY6128
31
12
950
1100
190
HDComm
18
PT20040
TY25272
27
12
650
800
120
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
27
12
650
800
120
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
TY6143
24
12
521
625
80
Marine-SLI
12
A, T
PT17813
TY25272A
TY6144
27
12
608
730
160
DC Marine
12
A, T
PT17813
TY25803
31
12
750
900
180
HDComm
18
A
PT20040
TY6192
22F
12
500
600
90
HDComm
12
A
PT20038 / PT19018
TY25876
51
12
500
600
75
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY21731
1
6
625
750
160
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY25878
U1
12
300
360
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
TY21732
2
6
820
984
250
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY25878A
U1
12
300
360
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
TY21734
4
6
975
1170
320
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY25879
31
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
A
PT20040
TY21734A
4
6
975
1170
320
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY25879A
31
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
A
PT20040
TY21737
3EH
6
850
1020
280
SpecTrac
12
A
PT17814
TY25881
45
12
500
600
75
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
45
12
500
600
75
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY21737A
3EH
6
850
1020
280
SpecTrac
12
A
PT17814
TY25881A
TY21741
30H
12
685
822
165
HDComm
18
A
PT17814
TY26442
34
12
770
950
120
LtComm
12
A
PT21147
TY21747
47
12
600
720
80
HDComm
12
A
S
TY26498
22NF
12
500
600
75
LtComm
12
A
PT21147
TY21748
8D
12
1155
1380
400
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY26498A
22NF
12
500
600
75
LtComm
12
A
PT21147
TY21754
4D
12
1000
1200
320
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY26773
D1
12
800
972
180
LtComm
6
A
NA
TY21757
7D
6
975
1170
330
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY26774
L1
12
387
465
73
LtComm
6
A
NA
TY21764
24
12
550
660
100
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
TY26775
AT1
12
774
929
167
LtComm
6
A
NA
TY21764A
24
12
550
660
100
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
TY26782
D4
12
1200
1440
300
HDComm
12
A
NA
TY23017
U1
12
165
200
17
L&G
6
X
PT17422
TY26782A
D4
12
1200
1440
300
HDComm
12
A
NA
TY23020
4D
12
1400
1680
440
HDComm
12
A
PY17814
TY26783
D5
12
1400
1680
380
HDComm
12
A
NA
TY23020A
4D
12
1400
1680
440
HDComm
12
A
PY17814
TY26783A
D5
12
1400
1680
380
HDComm
12
A
NA
TY23025
5D
6
1000
1200
300
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY26988
L6
12
900
1080
185
LtComm
6
A
NA
TY23025A
5D
6
1000
1200
300
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY27365A
GC-145
6
NA
NA
145
L&G
6
LP1
NA
TY24341
3ET
12
620
744
120
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY27374A
24F
12
710
850
120
AGM
48
A
NA
TY24341A
3ET
12
620
744
120
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY27375A
34
12
770
925
120
AGM
48
A
NA
TY24381
4DLT
12
1000
1200
220
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY27376A
35
12
650
780
110
AGM
48
A
NA
TY24394
27F
12
650
780
120
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
TY27377A
65
12
750
900
130
AGM
48
A
NA
TY24546
31
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
T
PT20040
TY27378A
78
12
770
925
120
AGM
48
T
NA
TY24546A
31
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
T
PT20040
TY27379A
24M
12
775
850
145
AGM-Marine 24
A, T
NA
TY24932
65
12
875
1050
140
Auto
12
A
NA
TY27380A
31
12
925
1100
200
AGM
24
A, T
NA
TY24937
34/78
12
700
840
110
Auto
12
A, S
NA
TY27381A
31
12
925
1100
200
AGM-Marine 24
A, T
NA
31
12
700
840
200
AGM-Marine 24
A, T
NA
TY24944
75
12
650
780
105
Auto
12
A, S
NA
TY27382A
TY25221
U1
12
342
408
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
TY27472
L2/47
12
600
720
80
HDComm
12
A
S
TY25221A
U1
12
342
408
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
TY27473
L3/48
12
690
825
110
HDComm
12
A
S
TY25224
49
12
850
1000
160
HDComm
12
A
S
TY27474
L5/49
12
850
1000
160
HDComm
12
A
S
pplication
A
EV-DCM = electric vehicle deep cycle marine
GenUtil = general utility
HDComm = heavy-duty commercial
LtComm = light-duty commercial
Marine-SLI = starting, lighting, and ignition
SpecTrac = special tractor
L&G = lawn and garden
Auto = automotive
Specific application information for all John Deere
batteries can be found in PartsExpert.
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A
Terminal Type
A = SAE automotive
A&S = both pillar and side posts
T = lug post or threaded post (BCI Group 31)
V = combination pillar/threaded post
X = U-1 lug post
Vent Cap
S = screw plugs
TY25879A
One of our most popular heavy-duty
commercial batteries.
Warranty Code: Effective for batteries
sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement.
12 = 12 months free replacement.
18 = 18 months free replacement.
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Batteries by BCI Group Listing
BCI
Part Number
Volts
CCA
CA
RC
Application
Warranty
Code
Terminal
Type
Vent Cap
BCI
Part Number
Volts
CCA
CA
RC
Application
1
TY21731
6
625
750
160
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
31
TY27381A
12
925
1100
200
2
TY21732
6
820
984
250
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
31
TY27382A
12
700
840
3EH
TY21737
6
850
1020
280
SpecTrac
12
A
PT17814
31
TY6128
12
950
1100
3EH
TY21737A
6
850
1020
280
SpecTrac
12
A
PT17814
34/78
TY24937
12
700
3ET
TY24341
12
620
744
120
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
34
TY26442
12
770
3ET
TY24341A
12
620
744
120
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
34
TY27375A
12
48
TY27473
12
690
825
110
HDComm
12
A
S
35
TY27376A
4
TY21734
6
975
1170
320
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
45
TY25881
4
TY21734A
6
975
1170
320
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
45
4D
TY21754
12
1000
1200
320
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
4D
TY23020
12
1400
1680
440
Hibernator
12
A
PY17814
4D
TY23020A
12
1400
1680
440
Hibernator
12
A
4DLT
TY24381
12
1000
1200
220
HDComm
12
A
5D
TY23025
6
1000
1200
300
HDComm
12
5D
TY23025A
6
1000
1200
300
HDComm
7D
TY21757
6
975
1170
330
HDComm
8D
TY21748
12
1155
1380
400
22F
TY6192
12
500
600
90
22NF
TY26498
12
500
600
22NF
TY26498A
12
500
24
TY21764
12
550
24
TY21764A
12
24
TY6143
24F
TY27374A
24M
27
Terminal
Type
Vent Cap
AGM-Marine 24
A, T
NA
200
AGM-Marine 24
A, T
NA
190
HDComm
18
A
PT20040
840
110
Auto
12
A, S
NA
950
120
LtComm
12
A
PT21147
770
925
120
AGM
48
A
NA
12
650
780
110
AGM
48
A
NA
12
500
600
75
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
TY25881A
12
500
600
75
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
47
TY21747
12
600
720
80
HDComm
12
A
S
48
TY25514
12
690
825
110
HDComm
12
A
S
PY17814
49
TY25224
12
850
1000
160
HDComm
12
A
S
PT17814
51
TY25876
12
500
600
75
HDComm
12
A
PT1781
A
PT17814
65
TY24932
12
875
1050
140
Auto
12
A
NA
12
A
PT17814
65
TY27377A
12
750
900
130
AGM
48
A
NA
12
A
PT17814
75
TY24944
12
650
780
105
Auto
12
S
NA
HDComm
12
A
PT17814
78
TY27378A
12
770
925
120
AGM
48
T
NA
HDComm
12
A
PT20038
AT1
TY26775
12
774
929
167
LtComm
6
A
NA
75
LtComm
12
A
PT21147
D1
TY26773
12
800
972
180
LtComm
6
A
NA
600
75
LtComm
12
A
PT21147
D4
TY26782
12
1200
1440
300
HDComm
12
A
NA
660
100
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
D4
TY26782A
12
1200
1440
300
HDComm
12
A
NA
550
660
100
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
D5
TY26783
12
1400
1680
380
HDComm
12
A
NA
12
521
625
80
Marine-SLI
12
A, T
PT17813
D5
TY26783A
12
1400
1680
380
HDComm
12
A
NA
12
710
850
120
AGM
48
A
NA
GC-145
TY27365A
6
NA
NA
145
L&G
6
LP1
NA
TY27379A
12
775
850
145
AGM-Marine
24
A, T
NA
L1
TY26774
12
387
465
73
LtComm
6
A
NA
TY25272
12
650
800
120
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
L2/47
TY27472
12
600
720
80
HDComm
12
A
S
27
TY25272A
12
650
800
120
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
L3/48
TY27473
12
690
825
110
HDComm
12
A
S
27
TY6144
12
608
730
160
DCMarine
12
A, T
PT17813
L5/49
TY27474
12
850
1000
160
HDComm
12
A
S
27F
TY24394
12
650
780
120
HDComm
18
A
PT17813
L6
TY26988
12
900
1080
185
LtComm
6
A
NA
30H
TY21741
12
685
822
165
HDComm
18
A
PT17814
U1
TY23017
12
165
200
17
L&G
6
X
PT17422
31
TY24546
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
T
PT20040
U1
TY25221
12
342
408
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
31
TY24546A
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
T
PT20040
U1
TY25221A
12
342
408
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
31
TY25803
12
750
900
180
HDComm
18
A
PT20040
U1
TY25878
12
300
360
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
31
TY25879
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
A
PT20040
U1
TY25878A
12
300
360
38
L&G
6
X
PT17422
31
TY25879A
12
925
1100
180
HDComm
18
A
PT20040
31
TY27380A
12
925
1100
200
AGM
24
A, T
NA
pplication
A
EV-DCM = electric vehicle deep cycle marine
GenUtil = general utility
HDComm = heavy-duty commercial
LtComm = light-duty commercial
Marine-SLI = starting, lighting, and ignition
SpecTrac = special tractor
L&G = lawn and garden
Auto = automotive
Specific application information for all John Deere
batteries can be found in PartsExpert.
30
Terminal Type
A = SAE automotive
A&S = both pillar and side posts
T = lug post or threaded post (BCI Group 31)
V = combination pillar/threaded post
X = U-1 lug post
Vent Cap
S = screw plugs
Battery Safety
Warranty
Code
TY24341
Very popular seasonal-use
battery for older applications.
When handling batteries, always wear proper eye, face, and
hand protection. Remember, never remove a damaged vent
cap or lean over a battery when charging or testing.
Warranty Code: Effective for batteries
sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement.
12 = 12 months free replacement.
18 = 18 months free replacement.
31
Batteries by Size
Size (in.)
W
H
L
L
Size (mm)
W
H
Application
Type
Part Number
CCA
CA
RC
Volts
Plates/ A/U
Separator
Cell
Plates
Grid
Case
Warranty
Code
Electrolyte
qt.
L
Terminal
Type
Vent Cap
7 3/4
5 3/16
7 5/16
197
132
186
U1
L&G
MowPro
TY23017
165
200
17
12
5
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
2.3
2.2
X
PT17422
7 /
5 /
7 /
197
132
186
U1
L&G
SB MowPro
TY25221
342
408
38
12
11
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
1.8
1.7
X
PT17422
7 /
5 /
5 16
7 /
197
132
186
U1
L&G
SB MowPro
TY25221A
342
408
38
12
11
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
1.8
1.7
X
PT17422
7 3/4
5 3/16
7 5/16
197
132
186
U1
L&G
StrongBox
TY25878
300
360
38
12
10
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
1.6
1.5
X
PT17422
3 4
7 /
5 /
7 /
197
132
186
U1
L&G
StrongBox
TY25878A
300
360
38
12
10
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
1.6
1.5
X
PT17422
8 ⁄
6 ⁄
1 2
7 ⁄
207
175
190
L1
LtComm
Performance
TY26774
387
465
73
12
9
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
3.3
3.1
A
NA
9 /
7 /
3 4
3 4
5 32
3 16
3 16
3 16
7 8
5 16
5 16
7 /
230
179
196
75
Automotive
RoadGard
TY24944
650
780
105
12
15
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
3.6
3.4
S
NA
9 1⁄16 6 5⁄8
8 5⁄8
230
168
219
35
AGM
StrongBox
TY27376A
650
780
110
12
15
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
48
2.6
2.4
A
NA
9 /
1 8
7 /
9 /
232
181
238
1
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21731
625
750
160
6
14
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
4.6
4.4
A
PT17814
5 16
9 /
4 /
7 8
7 /
237
125
200
51
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25876
500
600
75
12
14
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
4.2
4.0
A
PT17814
9 7/16
5 1/2
8 15/16
240
140
227
45
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25881
500
600
75
12
13
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
4.3
4.1
A
PT17814
9 /
1 2
5 /
8 /
240
140
227
45
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25881A
500
600
75
12
13
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
4.3
4.1
A
PT17814
9 1/2
6 7/8
7 1/2
241
175
190
L2/47
HDComm
StrongBox
TY27472
600
720
80
12
15
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
3.5
3.3
A
S
9 /
6 /
7 /
241
175
190
47
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21747
600
720
80
12
15
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
3.5
3.3
A
S
9 /
6 /
8 /
241
175
211
22F
HDComm
StrongBox
TY6192
500
600
90
12
13
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
4.8
4.5
A
PT20038
9 1/2
6 7/8
9 1/2
241
175
241
22NF
HDComm
StrongBox
TY26498
500
600
75
12
13
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
3.8
3.7
A
PT21147
9 /
6 /
9 /
241
175
241
22NF
HDComm
StrongBox
TY26498A
500
600
75
12
13
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
3.8
3.7
A
PT21147
10 /
6 /
1 16
1 8
7 16
1 2
1 2
1 2
1 16
15 16
7 8
7 8
7 8
11 16
3 8
15 16
1 2
5 16
1 2
10
257
171
254
24
Marine-SLI
StrongBox
TY6143
521
625
80
12
9
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
6.2
5.9
A, T
PT17813
10 3/16 6 13/16
8 1/8
259
173
206
34/78
Automotive
RoadGard
TY24937
700
840
110
12
16
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
4.8
4.5
A, S
NA
10 3⁄16 6 3⁄4
8 5⁄8
259
171
219
24F
AGM
StrongBox
TY27374A
710
850
120
12
17
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
48
2.9
2.8
A
NA
10 3⁄16 6 3⁄4
8 5⁄8
259
171
219
24M
AGM-Marine
StrongBox
TY27379A
775
850
145
12
15
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
24
3.5
3.3
A, T
NA
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
7 ⁄
259
179
200
34
AGM
StrongBox
TY27375A
770
925
120
12
17
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
48
2.9
2.8
A
NA
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
1 8
7 ⁄
259
179
181
78
AGM
StrongBox
TY27378A
770
925
120
12
17
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
48
2.9
2.8
T
NA
10 1/4 6 13/16
7 7/8
260
173
200
34
HDComm
StrongBox
TY26442
770
950
120
12
18
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
3.7
3.5
A
PT17813
10 /
7 8
8 /
260
173
225
24
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21764
550
660
100
12
13
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
4.9
4.6
A
PT17813
10 1/4 6 13/16
8 7/8
260
173
225
24
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21764A
550
660
100
12
13
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
4.9
4.6
A
PT17813
10 5⁄16 7 1⁄8
11 5⁄8
261
185
295
GC-145
L&G
StrongBox
TY27365A
NA
NA
145
6
17
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
7.9
7.53
LP1
NA
10 /
7 /
3 8
9 /
264
183
238
2
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21732
820
984
250
6
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
6
5.7
A
PT17814
12
6 13/16
9 7/16
305
173
240
27
DCMarine
StrongBox
TY6144
608
730
160
12
12
U
Leaf & Glass
Rectilinear
Poly
12
6.6
6.2
A, T
PT17813
12
7 ⁄
7 ⁄
305
183
190
65
AGM
StrongBox
TY27377A
750
900
130
12
17
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
48
3.4
3.2
A
NA
6 /
7 8
8 /
306
173
225
27
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25272
650
800
120
12
15
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
6.7
6.3
A
PT17813
12 1/16 6 13/16
8 7/8
306
173
225
27
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25272A
650
800
120
12
15
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
6.7
6.3
A
PT17813
12 /
7 /
278
175
190
48
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25514
690
825
110
12
17
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
5
4.7
A
S
1 8
3 16
3 16
14
3 8
3 4
1 16
1 16
6 /
13 16
1 8
3 16
12 /
1 16
1 16
13 16
6 /
7 8
7 8
1 2
9 16
pplication
A
EV-DCM = electric vehicle deep cycle marine
GenUtil = general utility
HDComm = heavy-duty commercial
LtComm = light-duty commercial
Marine-SLI = starting, lighting, and ignition
SpecTrac = special tractor
L&G = lawn and garden
Auto = automotive
Specific application information for all John Deere
batteries can be found in PartsExpert.
32
BCI
Terminal Type
A = SAE automotive
A&S = both pillar and side posts
T = lug post or threaded post (BCI Group 31)
V = combination pillar/threaded post
X = U-1 lug post
Vent Cap
S = screw plugs
TY21754
StrongBox Silver Technology batteries
are maintenance-free and designed for
operating in high temperatures
Warranty Code: Effective for batteries
sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement.
12 = 12 months free replacement.
18 = 18 months free replacement.
33
Batteries by Size
continued
Size (in.)
W
H
L
L
Size (mm)
W
H
Application
Type
Part Number
CCA
CA
RC
Volts
Plates/ A/U
Separator
Cell
Plates
Grid
Case
Warranty
Code
Electrolyte
qt.
L
Terminal
Type
Vent Cap
12 1/16 6 7/8
7 9/16
278
175
190
L3/48
HDComm
StrongBox
TY27473
690
825
110
12
17
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
5
4.7
A
S
12 /
1 2
7 /
7 /
306
192
192
65
Automotive
RoadGard
TY24932
875
1050
140
12
19
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
4.5
4.3
A
NA
12 ⁄ 6 ⁄
5 64
8 ⁄
313
175
205
AT1
LtComm
Performance
TY26775
774
929
167
12
16
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
5.8
5.5
A
NA
12 1/2 6 13/16
8 15/16
318
173
227
27F
HDComm
StrongBox
TY24394
650
780
120
12
15
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
6.2
5.9
A
PT17813
13
6 /
7 16
9 /
330
173
240
31
HDComm
StrongBox
TY6128
950
1100
190
12
22
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
5.6
5.3
A
PT20040
13
6 13/16
9 7/16
330
173
240
31
HDComm
StrongBox
TY24546
925
1100
180
12
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
5.6
5.3
T
PT20040
13
6 13/16
9 7/16
330
173
240
31
HDComm
StrongBox
TY24546A
925
1100
180
12
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
5.6
5.3
T
PT20040
13
6 /
7 16
9 /
330
173
240
31
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25803
750
900
180
12
17
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
6
5.7
A
PT20040
13
6 13/16
9 7/16
330
173
240
31
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25879
925
1100
190
12
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
5.6
5.3
A
PT20040
13
6 /
9 /
330
173
240
31
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25879A
925
1100
190
12
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
5.6
5.3
A
PT20040
13
6 ⁄
7 16
9 ⁄
330
168
240
31
AGM
StrongBox
TY27380A
925
1100
200
12
17
NA
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
24
NA
NA
A, T
NA
13
6 5⁄8
9 7⁄16
330
168
240
31
AGM-Marine
StrongBox
TY27381A
925
1100
200
12
17
NA
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
24
NA
NA
A, T
NA
13
1 16
21 64
7 8
13 16
13 16
13 16
5 8
9 16
7 16
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
330
168
240
31
AGM-Marine
StrongBox
TY27382A
700
840
200
12
17
NA
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
24
NA
NA
A, T
NA
13 1/8 7 1/8
9 3/8
334
181
238
4
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21734
975
1170
320
6
25
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
5.6
5.3
A
PT17814
13 /
1 8
7 /
9 /
334
181
238
4
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21734A
975
1170
320
6
25
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
5.6
5.3
A
PT17814
13 /
6 /
14
9 /
343
173
235
30H
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21741
685
822
165
12
14
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
18
5.3
5
A
PT17814
13 3/4 7 1/8
9 3/8
349
181
238
5D
HDComm
StrongBox
TY23025
1000
1200
300
6
24
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
7
6.6
A
PT17814
13 /
7 /
9 /
349
181
238
5D
HDComm
StrongBox
TY23025A
1000
1200
300
6
24
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
7
6.6
A
PT17814
13 /
6 /
9 16
7 /
353
175
190
49
HDComm
StrongBox
TY25224
850
1000
160
12
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
5.3
5
A
S
13 7/8 6 7/8
7 9/16
353
175
190
L5/49
HDComm
StrongBox
TY27474
850
1000
160
12
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
5.3
5
A
S
15 ⁄
7 ⁄
5 8
1 8
1 2
3 4
7 8
13 16
1 8
7 8
6 ⁄
7 16
3 8
3 8
393
175
190
L6
LtComm
Performance
TY26988
900
1080
185
12
21
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
6.3
5.9
A
NA
16 1⁄4 6 13⁄16 8 11⁄16 413
175
220
D1
LtComm
Performance
TY26773
800
972
180
12
17
U
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
6
7.9
7.5
A
NA
16 /
7D
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21757
975
1170
330
6
25
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
9
8.5
A
PT17814
19 /
15 32
7 8
31 32
7 /
3 8
9 /
413
181
238
4 /
13 16
9 /
491
111
249
3EH
SpecTrac
StrongBox
TY21737
850
1020
280
6
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
6.3
6
A
PT17814
19 5/16 4 3/8
9 13/16
491
111
249
3EH
SpecTrac
StrongBox
TY21737A
850
1020
280
6
21
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
6.3
6
A
PT17814
19 5/16 4 3/8
9 13/16
491
111
249
3ET
HDComm
StrongBox
TY24341
620
744
120
12
15
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
6.8
6.4
A
PT17814
19 /
4 /
13 16
9 /
491
111
249
3ET
HDComm
StrongBox
TY24341A
620
744
120
12
15
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
6.8
6.4
A
PT17814
20
8 3/16
7 15/16
508
208
202
4DLT
HDComm
StrongBox
TY24381
1000
1200
220
12
28
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
11.9
11.3
A
PT17814
7 /
7 8
8 /
510
189
225
D4
HDComm
StrongBox
TY26782
1200
1440
300
12
27
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
8.6
8.17
A
NA
20 1/16 7 7/16
8 7/8
510
189
225
D4
HDComm
StrongBox
TY26782A
1200
1440
300
12
27
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
8.6
8.17
A
NA
20 /
8 /
8 /
510
223
225
D5
HDComm
StrongBox
TY26783
1400
1680
380
12
33
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
10.6
10.01
A
NA
20 /
8 /
7 8
8 /
510
223
225
D5
HDComm
StrongBox
TY26783A
1400
1680
380
12
33
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
10.6
10.01
A
NA
20 3/4 8 3/4
9 7/8
527
222
250
4D
HDComm
StrongBox
TY23020
1400
1680
440
12
29
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
20.4
19.3
A
PT17814
20 /
7 8
9 /
527
222
250
4D
HDComm
StrongBox
TY23020A
1400
1680
440
12
29
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
20.4
19.3
A
PT17814
20 3/4 8 3/4
9 7/8
527
222
250
4D
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21754
1000
1200
320
12
22
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
16.7
15.8
A
PT17814
20 3/4 11 1/8
9 7/8
527
283
250
8D
HDComm
StrongBox
TY21748
1155
1380
400
12
25
A
Envelope
Super Radial
Poly
12
19.7
18.6
A
PT17814
14
5 16
5 16
20 /
1 16
1 16
1 16
3 4
1 8
3 8
3 8
7 16
3 4
3 4
8 /
3 4
7 8
pplication
A
EV-DCM = electric vehicle deep cycle marine
GenUtil = general utility
HDComm = heavy-duty commercial
LtComm = light-duty commercial
Marine-SLI = starting, lighting, and ignition
SpecTrac = special tractor
L&G = lawn and garden
Auto = automotive
Specific application information for all John Deere
batteries can be found in PartsExpert.
34
BCI
Terminal Type
A = SAE automotive
A&S = both pillar and side posts
T = lug post or threaded post (BCI Group 31)
V = combination pillar/threaded post
X = U-1 lug post
Vent Cap
S = screw plugs
StrongBox batteries offer premium features to
handle the toughest commercial applications
while delivering long battery life.
Warranty Code: Effective for batteries
sold on or after 1 December 2012.
6 = 6 months free replacement.
12 = 12 months free replacement.
18 = 18 months free replacement.
35
Performance Batteries by Part Number
Size (in.)
W
Part Number
BCI Battery Type
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
SW10A-A2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3⁄ 8
3 9/16
6 1/ 8
SW10L-A2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3/8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
3 9/16
5 3/4
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
At 10 Ah = 11
3
SW10L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
SW12AA
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
5 /8
3 /16
5 /4
Hybrid
Conventional
U
6
NA
5 5/16
3 3/16
6 5/16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
5
5 /16
3
SW12AL-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
3 /16
6 /16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
NA
7
5 /8
7
SW12BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
SW12C-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
3 /16
5 /16
AGM
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 12
5 5/16
3 3/16
6 7/8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 14
5
5 /16
9
3 /16
9
SW12N14-3A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
6 /16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 5.5
4 /16
3 /16
1
SW12N55A-3B
Motorcycle
Exide
SW12N94B1
Motorcycle
Exide
4 /2
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3/ 8
3
5 1/ 2
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5
5 /16
9
SW14-A2
Motorcycle
SW14AA2
Motorcycle
3 /16
6 /16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 5/16
3 9/16
6 15/16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
7
5 /8
7
SW14BS
3 /16
5 /4
AGM
Conventional
U
6
SW14LA2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 /16
9
3 /16
9
6 /16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW16A-AB
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 15/16
3 9/16
7 3/16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW16AL-A2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
8 /16
2 /8
6 /16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW16B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 ⁄
SW16B-A1
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 16
6 3/ 8
SW16-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
SW16CL-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
SW16L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
SW16LBS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
SW17TF
17TF
Performance
A
12
SW18LBS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
SW20-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
SW20LBS
Motorcycle
Exide
SW22NF-40
22NF
Performance
1
5
1
9
9
7
H
3
5
3
9
3
7
4
1 8
6 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
3 5/8
6 3/ 8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
6 15/16
4
6 1/ 8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
6 7/8
4
6 7/8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
15
6 /16
4
6 /8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
NA
6 /16
4
6 /8
AGM
Conventional
U
6
530
665
140
17
6 7/8
7 7/8
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Cast
U
6
12
NA
NA
NA
8 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 18
6 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 7⁄8
3 3 ⁄8
6 1⁄6
AGM
Conventional
U
6
A
12
390
450
70
9 ⁄
5 ⁄
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
15 16
15
1 16
7 8
1 2
1
1
1 2
3 8
1 2
7 16
1 16
1 16
We recommend Performance batteries
for all automotive applications
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
For autos, they deliver the best all-around performance
and application coverage.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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37
Performance Batteries by Part Number
continued
Size (in.)
W
Part Number
BCI Battery Type
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
SW24-60
24
Performance
A
12
525
630
90
10 5⁄8
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄8
SW24-84N
24
Performance
A
12
700
835
120
10 5⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
1 8
SW24F-60
24F
Performance
A
12
525
630
90
SW24F-84N
24F
Performance
A
12
700
835
120
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
10 5⁄8
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
SW25-60
25
Performance
A
12
525
630
85
9
6 7⁄8
8 15⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
630
80
8 ⁄
6 ⁄
11 16
SW26-60
26
Performance
A
12
525
SW26R-60
26R
Performance
A
12
540
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
630
80
8 11⁄16
6 13⁄16
7 11⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW27F-60
27F
Performance
A
12
700
850
120
12 ⁄
6 ⁄
9
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW30LFA
Motorcycle
Exide
L
SW34-84N
34
Performance
A
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 28
6 ⁄
5
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
12
770
950
120
10 3⁄16
6 13⁄16
9
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
SW34C
34
Performance
A
12
630
785
100
10 3⁄16
6 13⁄16
8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW35-60
35
Performance
A
12
525
630
85
9 ⁄
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW45-60
SW47-60
45
Performance
A
12
495
595
80
9 ⁄
5 ⁄
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
47
Performance
A
12
600
750
85
9 5⁄8
6 3⁄4
7 7⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW48/91-60
48/91
Performance
A
12
690
825
110
11
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW48X
48
Performance
A
12
760
910
120
10 7⁄8
6 7⁄8
7 1⁄2
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Expanded
U
40
SW49-60
49
Performance
A
12
850
1000
120
14
6 7⁄8
7 7⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
5 8
11 16
1 2
1 2
7 16
7 16
3 4
13 16
13 16
H
7 8
7 8
1 2
3 4
15 16
7 8
9 16
SW4L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
3 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW4L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 3⁄4
2 7⁄8
3 11⁄16
AGM
Conventional
U
6
SW50N18LA2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
8 1⁄8
3 9⁄16
6 7⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW51-60
51
Performance
A
12
450
525
70
9 ⁄
4 ⁄
11 16
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW51R-60
51R
Performance
A
12
450
525
70
9 5⁄16
4 15⁄16
8 11⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
3 16
3 4
5 16
7 8
15 16
11 16
SW58-60
58
Performance
A
12
540
635
80
9 ⁄
7 ⁄
7
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW58R-60
58R
Performance
A
12
580
700
80
9 13⁄16
7 3⁄16
7
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW5L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 5
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
5 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW5L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 4
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
4 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
SW59C
59
Performance
A
12
590
710
100
10
7 1⁄2
7 9⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW65-60
65
Performance
A
12
650
780
130
11 ⁄
7 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW65-72
65
Performance
A
12
850
1000
160
11 ⁄
7 ⁄
9 16
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW75-60
75
Performance
S
12
630
785
90
9 1⁄16
6 13⁄16
7 3⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement. 30 = 30 months free replacement.
13 16
3 4
7 16
9 16
11 16
3 8
3 4
7 16
7 16
3 16
1 8
9 16
Super Crank batteries are great
for motorcycles, ATVs, and some
lawn-care equipment.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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39
Performance Batteries by Part Number
Continued
BCI Battery Type
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
SW75DT-60
75DT
Performance
A, S
12
525
630
85
9 1⁄16
6 15⁄16
SW75DT-72
75DT
Performance
A, S
12
630
785
100
9 1⁄16
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
8 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
6 15⁄16
8 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
3 16
H
SW78-60
78
Performance
S
12
630
785
100
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW78-72
78
Performance
A
12
770
950
120
10 3⁄16
6 5⁄8
7 3⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW78DT-60
78DT
Performance
A, S
12
650
800
100
10 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
8 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW78DT-72
78DT
Performance
A, S
12
800
1000
120
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
SW7A-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 6
5 7⁄8
3 7⁄16
3 11⁄16
AGM
Conventional
U
6
SW7C-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 8
5 1⁄8
3 9⁄16
4 1⁄2
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW7L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
5 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
SW86-60
86
Performance
A
12
630
785
90
9
6 13⁄16
8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
SW9A-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3⁄ 8
3
6 1⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
SW9-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 7⁄8
3 7⁄16
4 3⁄16
AGM
Conventional
U
6
SW9L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3
3 16
3 16
7 16
3 8
5 8
5 16
3 4
1 8
1 8
5 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
3 4
5 8
1 2
SWCOM-1H-P
1
Performance
A
6
625
750
160
8 ⁄
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWCOM-30H
30H
Performance
A
12
700
850
180
13
6 15⁄16
9 5⁄8
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWCOM-4D-P
4D
Performance
A
12
1000
1200
320
19 ⁄
8 ⁄
10
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWCOM-4EC-P
4
Performance
A
6
975
1170
300
13
6 ⁄
1 4
9 ⁄
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWCOM-5D
5D
Performance
A
6
850
1000
280
13 1⁄2
7 1⁄4
9 3⁄ 8
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
13 16
9 16
5 16
3 4
SWCOM-8D
8D
Performance
A
12
1300
1560
435
20 ⁄
11
10
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWCOM-8D-P
8D
Performance
A
12
1155
1380
400
20 7⁄8
11
10
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWDC-9
U1
Performance
X
12
208
200
40
7 3⁄16
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
Hybrid
Cast/Cast
U
6
SWE-3600
GC2
Performance
A, T
6
NA
NA
390
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
7 8
10 ⁄
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
SWE-4800
GC8
Performance
A, T
8
NA
NA
290
10 5⁄8
7 1⁄8
10 7⁄8
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
SWES12-12
Motorcycle
Powerfit
T2
12
NA
NA
At 12 Ah = 20
6
3 ⁄
3 ⁄
AGM
NA
U
6
SWES18-12
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
180
216
19
7 ⁄
3
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
12
SWES7-12
Service
Performance
Spade
12
NA
NA
At 20 Ah = 7
6
2 5⁄8
3 5⁄8
AGM
VRLA Cast/Cast
U
12
SWF-3EE
3EE
Performance
A
12
370
440
100
19 1⁄4
4 1⁄4
8 9⁄16
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWF-3EH
3EH
Performance
A
6
850
1000
280
19 1⁄4
4 1⁄4
9 7⁄8
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWF-3ET
3ET
Performance
A
12
460
550
120
19 1⁄4
4 1⁄4
8 9⁄16
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
SWF-4DLT
4DLT
Performance
A
12
820
970
250
20
8 ⁄
8 ⁄
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Cast
A
12
SWGC-110-Z
GC2
Performance
Special
6
NA
NA
390
10 5⁄16
7 1⁄8
10 5⁄16
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement. 30 = 30 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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Size (in.)
W
Part Number
3 4
5 8
1 8
7 8
1 8
3 4
9 16
1 8
1 8
Performance batteries for
lawn-care equipment provide
a lower-cost alternative to
StrongBox premium batteries.
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Performance Batteries by Part Number
continued
Size (in.)
W
Part Number
BCI Battery Type
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
SWGC2-H
GC2
Performance
Special
6
NA
NA
525
10 5⁄8
7 1⁄8
11 5⁄8
SWGC-5
GC2
Performance
A, T
6
NA
NA
480
10 5⁄8
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
7 1⁄8
11 5⁄8
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
5 16
SWGT
U1
Performance
X
12
165
200
17
SWGT-H
U1
Performance
X
12
235
280
25
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
SWGT-HPL
U1
Performance
X
12
235
280
25
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
200
17
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
5 16
SWGT-PL
U1
Performance
X
12
165
SWGT-R
U1R
Performance
X
12
235
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
280
25
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
SWGT-X
U1
Performance
X
12
300
360
34
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
12
350
420
38
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
5 8
SWGT-XHD
U1
Performance
X
SWGT-XPL
U1
Performance
X
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
12
300
360
34
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
L
12
NA
NA
NA
1 6
SWHD-12
Motorcycle
Exide
SWHDOE-27
27
Performance
8 ⁄
5 ⁄
6 ⁄
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
A
12
750
750
120
12 1⁄2
6 4 ⁄5
8 7⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
SWHP-31D
31
Performance
T
12
925
1050
180
13
6 13⁄16
9 7⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
A
18
31
Performance
A
12
925
1050
180
13
6 ⁄
3 8
SWHP-31E
SWL4-94RX
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
A
18
L4/94R
Performance
A
12
790
950
140
12 5⁄16
6 7⁄8
7 1⁄2
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Expanded
U
40
SWN120
JIS
Performance
A
12
638
NA
NA
19 ⁄
1 8
7 ⁄
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Cast
U
6
SWNC-24
24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
500
625
120
10 ⁄
SWNC-27
27
Performance Marine
A, T
12
575
730
160
12
SWNG-31
31
Performance Marine
A, T
12
650
830
205
SWNS40ZLS
Motorcycle
Exide
A
12
NA
NA
SWT30L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
SWXHD-M-24
24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
SWXXHD-M-24
24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
SWXXHD-M-27
27
Performance Marine
A, T
12
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
1 8
13 16
7 8
H
5 8
1 2
3 8
6 ⁄
1 16
9 ⁄
DC Antimonial
Cast/Expanded
U
12
6 13⁄16
9 7⁄16
DC Antimonial
Cast/Expanded
U
12
13
6 13⁄16
9 7 ⁄8
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
A
12
At 20 Ah = 35
7 5⁄8
5
8 7 ⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
6 ⁄
5
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
525
650
80
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
1 16
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
12
800
1000
115
10 1⁄4
6 13⁄16
9 1⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
12
833
1000
180
12
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
U
12
1 4
1 2
1 4
13 16
7 8
13 16
13 16
7 16
Battery Acid
(U.S. dealers)
PT21090
55 gal.
SWPT32OZ
32 oz.
SWPT509
5 gal.
SWPT511
11⁄2 gal.
Battery Acid
(Canada dealers)
PT21090
208-liter drum
SWCAC20
20-liter cube
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement. 24 = 24 months free replacement.
30 = 30 months free replacement. 40 = 40 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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We have Performance batteries
for commercial, automotive,
marine, and golf-cart applications.
43
Performance Batteries by BCI Group Listing
Size (in.)
W
BCI Battery Type
Part Number
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
1
SWCOM-1H-P
Performance
A
6
625
750
160
8 13⁄16
6 3⁄4
8 5⁄8
U1
SWDC-9
Performance
X
12
208
200
40
7 3⁄16
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
Hybrid
Cast/Cast
U
6
U1
SWGT
Performance
X
12
165
200
17
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
25
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
5 16
U1
SWGT-H
Performance
X
12
235
280
U1
SWGT-HPL
Performance
X
12
235
280
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
25
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
U1
SWGT-PL
Performance
X
12
165
200
17
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
360
34
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
5 8
U1
SWGT-X
Performance
X
12
300
U1
SWGT-XHD
Performance
X
12
350
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
420
38
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
U1
SWGT-XPL
Performance
X
12
U1R
SWGT-R
Performance
X
12
300
360
34
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
235
280
25
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
GC2
SWE-3600
Performance
A, T
6
NA
NA
390
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
10 ⁄
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
GC2
SWGC-110-Z
Performance
GC2
SWGC2-H
Performance
Special
6
NA
NA
390
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
10 ⁄
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
Special
6
NA
NA
525
10 5⁄8
7 1⁄8
11 5⁄8
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
GC2
SWGC-5
Performance
A, T
6
NA
NA
480
10 5⁄8
7 1⁄8
11 5⁄8
3EE
DC Antimonial
Expanded
U
12
SWF-3EE
Performance
A
12
370
440
100
19 1⁄4
4 1⁄4
8 9⁄16
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
3EH
SWF-3EH
Performance
A
6
850
1000
280
19 1⁄4
4 1⁄4
9 7⁄8
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
5 8
5 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
1 8
1 8
H
5 16
5 16
5 8
7 8
5 16
3ET
SWF-3ET
Performance
A
12
460
550
120
19 ⁄
4 ⁄
8 ⁄
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
4
SWCOM-4EC-P
Performance
A
6
975
1170
300
13
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄4
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
4D
SWCOM-4D-P
Performance
A
12
1000
1200
320
19 ⁄
8 ⁄
10
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
1 4
9 16
1 4
5 16
9 16
4DLT
SWF-4DLT
Performance
A
12
820
970
250
20
8 ⁄
8 ⁄
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Cast
A
12
L4/94R
SWL4-94RX
Performance
A
12
790
950
140
12 5⁄16
6 7⁄8
7 1⁄2
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Expanded
U
40
1 8
1 8
5D
SWCOM-5D
Performance
A
6
850
1000
280
13 ⁄
7 ⁄
9 ⁄
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
8D
SWCOM-8D
Performance
A
12
1300
1560
435
20 3⁄4
11
10
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
8D
SWCOM-8D-P
Performance
A
12
1155
1380
400
20 ⁄
11
10
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
GC8
SWE-4800
Performance
A, T
8
NA
NA
290
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
10 ⁄
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
17TF
SW17TF
Performance
A
12
530
665
140
17
6 7⁄8
7 7⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Cast
U
6
1 2
7 8
5 8
1 4
1 8
3 8
7 8
We recommend Performance batteries
for all automotive applications
For autos, they deliver the best all-around performance
and application coverage.
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
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6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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Size (in.)
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BCI Battery Type
Part Number
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
22NF
SW22NF-40
Performance
A
12
390
450
70
9 1⁄2
5 1⁄2
9 1⁄16
24
SW24-60
Performance
A
12
525
630
90
10 5⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
10 ⁄
3 4
24
SW24-84N
Performance
A
12
700
835
120
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
24
SWNC-24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
500
625
24
SWXHD-M-24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
525
650
120
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
DC Antimonial
Cast/Expanded
U
12
80
10 1⁄4
6 13⁄16
9 1⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
12
24
SWXXHD-M-24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
800
1000
115
10 1⁄4
6 13⁄16
9 1⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
12
1 8
5 8
1 4
13 16
H
1 8
1 16
24F
SW24F-60
Performance
A
12
525
630
90
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
24F
SW24F-84N
Performance
A
12
700
835
120
10 5⁄8
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
25
SW25-60
Performance
A
12
525
630
85
9
6 ⁄
15 16
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
26
SW26-60
Performance
A
12
525
630
80
8 11⁄16
6 13⁄16
7 11⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
26R
SW26R-60
Performance
A
12
540
630
80
8 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
27
SWHDOE-27
Performance
A
12
750
750
120
12 ⁄
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
27
SWNC-27
Performance Marine
A, T
12
575
730
160
12
6 13⁄16
9 7⁄16
DC Antimonial
Cast/Expanded
U
12
27
SWXXHD-M-27
Performance Marine
A, T
12
833
1000
180
12
6 13⁄16
9 7⁄16
Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
U
12
27F
SW27F-60
Performance
A
12
700
850
120
12 1⁄2
6 13⁄16
9
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
30H
SWCOM-30H
Performance
A
12
700
850
180
13
6 15⁄16
9 5⁄8
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
31
SWHP-31D
Performance
T
12
925
1050
180
13
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
A
18
31
SWHP-31E
Performance
A
12
925
1050
180
13
6 13⁄16
9 3⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
A
18
31
SWNG-31
Performance Marine
A, T
12
650
830
205
13
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
A
12
13 16
5 8
3 4
7 8
11 16
1 2
13 16
4 5
13 16
13 16
11 16
7 8
7 16
7 8
34
SW34C
Performance
A
12
630
785
100
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
34
SW34-84N
Performance
A
12
770
850
120
10 3⁄16
6 13⁄16
9
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
35
SW35-60
Performance
A
12
525
630
85
9 ⁄
7 8
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
45
SW45-60
Performance
A
12
495
595
80
9 7⁄16
5 1⁄2
8 7⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
47
SW47-60
Performance
A
12
600
750
85
9 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
48
SW48X
Performance
A
12
760
910
120
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Expanded
U
40
48/91
SW48/91-60
Performance
A
12
690
825
110
11
6 3 ⁄4
7 9⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
49
SW49-60
Performance
A
12
850
1000
120
14
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
51
SW51-60
Performance
A
12
450
525
70
9 ⁄
4 ⁄
11 16
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
51R
SW51R-60
Performance
A
12
450
525
70
9 5⁄16
4 15⁄16
8 11⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
58
SW58-60
Performance
A
12
540
635
80
9 ⁄
7 ⁄
7
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
3 16
7 16
5 8
7 8
5 16
13 16
3 4
7 8
7 8
15 16
3 16
15 16
7 16
1 2
7 16
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement. 30 = 30 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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Size (in.)
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BCI Battery Type
Part Number
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
58R
SW58R-60
Performance
A
12
580
700
80
9 13⁄16
7 3⁄16
59
SW59C
Performance
A
12
590
710
100
10
7 1⁄2
7
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
7 9⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
65
SW65-60
Performance
A
12
650
780
130
11 ⁄
7 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
11 ⁄
7 ⁄
9 16
65
SW65-72
Performance
A
12
850
1000
160
75
SW75-60
Performance
S
12
630
785
90
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 1⁄16
6 13⁄16
7 3⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
75DT
SW75DT-60
Performance
A, S
12
525
630
85
9 ⁄
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
785
100
1 16
75DT
SW75DT-72
Performance
A, S
12
630
78
SW78-60
Performance
S
12
630
9 ⁄
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
785
100
10 3⁄16
6 5⁄8
7 3⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
78
SW78-72
Performance
A
12
78DT
SW78DT-60
Performance
A, S
12
770
950
120
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
650
800
100
10 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
8 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
78DT
SW78DT-72
Performance
A, S
12
800
1000
120
10 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
8 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
86
SW86-60
Performance
JIS
SWN120
Performance
A
12
630
785
90
9
6 ⁄
8
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
A
12
638
NA
NA
19 7⁄8
7 1⁄8
9 3⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Cast
U
6
1 8
9 16
11 16
1 16
3 16
7 16
7 16
15 16
15 16
5 8
13 16
H
9 16
1 8
1 8
3 16
Motorcycle
SW10A-A2
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW10L-A2
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3⁄ 8
3 9⁄16
5 3⁄4
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW10L-B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3⁄ 8
3 9⁄16
5 3⁄4
Hybrid
Conventional
U
6
5 16
3 8
9 16
Motorcycle
SW12AA
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW12AL-A
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 5⁄16
3 3⁄16
6 5⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW12BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
5 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW12C-A
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW12N14-3A
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 14
5 5⁄16
3 9/16
6 9/16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW12N55A-3B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 ⁄
Motorcycle
SW12N94B1
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3⁄ 8
Motorcycle
SW14-A2
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Motorcycle
SW14AA2
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
Motorcycle
SW14BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
Motorcycle
SW14LA2
Exide
L
12
NA
Motorcycle
SW16A-AB
Exide
L
12
Motorcycle
SW16AL-A2
Exide
L
12
5 16
7 8
5 16
3 16
7 16
3 16
3 16
7 8
3 ⁄
1 2
4 ⁄
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
3
5 1⁄2
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
5 5⁄16
3 9⁄16
6 9⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
5 ⁄
9 16
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
5 7⁄8
3 7⁄16
5 3⁄4
AGM
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
3 16
7 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
NA
NA
NA
8 1⁄16
2 7⁄8
6 7⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
1
1 16
5 16
5 16
15 16
9 16
9 16
9 16
15 16
9 16
Motorcycle
SW16B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 ⁄16
4
6 ⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW16B-A1
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 3⁄ 8
3 5⁄8
6 3⁄ 8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW16-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 ⁄
4
6 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
15
15 16
1 8
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement. 24 = 24 months free
replacement. 30 = 30 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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Size (in.)
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BCI Battery Type
Part Number
Battery Label
Post Type
Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
L
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
Motorcycle
SW16CL-B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 7⁄8
4
6 7⁄8
Motorcycle
SW16L-B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 15⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
4
6 1⁄8
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW16LBS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 ⁄
4
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
NA
8 ⁄
3 ⁄
7 16
Motorcycle
SW18LBS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
Motorcycle
SW20-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
NA
6 7⁄8
3 3⁄ 8
6 1⁄16
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW20LBS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
15 16
1 16
7 8
H
1 8
1 2
3 8
1 6
Motorcycle
SW30LFA
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 28
6 ⁄2
5
6 ⁄8
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW4L-B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 3⁄4
2 7⁄8
3 11⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW4L-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 3⁄4
2 7⁄8
3 11⁄16
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW50N18LA2
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
8 1⁄8
3 9⁄16
6 7⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW5L-B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
5 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW5L-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 4
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
1 8
4 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW7A-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 7⁄8
3 7⁄16
3 11⁄16
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW7C-A
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
4 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW7L-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
4 7⁄16
2 3⁄4
5 1⁄8
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW9A-A
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3⁄ 8
3
6 1⁄16
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW9-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
4 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SW9L-B
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
5 3⁄ 8
3
5 1⁄2
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SWES12-12
Powerfit
T2
12
NA
NA
At 12 Ah = 20
6
3 ⁄
3 ⁄
AGM
NA
U
6
Motorcycle
SWES18-12
Exide
L
12
180
216
19
7 ⁄
3
6 ⁄
AGM
Conventional
U
12
Motorcycle
SWHD-12
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
8 1⁄6
5 1⁄8
6 1⁄2
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SWNS40ZLS
Exide
A
12
280
NA
NA
5 8
7 ⁄
5
8 ⁄
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
Motorcycle
SWT30L-BS
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
6 1⁄2
5
6 7⁄8
AGM
Conventional
U
6
Service
SWES7-12
Performance
Spade
12
NA
NA
At 20 Ah = 7
6
2 5⁄8
3 5⁄8
AGM
VRLA Cast/Cast
U
12
1
3 4
7 16
1 8
7 8
7
3 8
3 4
9 16
7 16
7 8
1 8
3 16
1 2
3 16
3 4
9 16
7 8
Battery Acid
(U.S. dealers)
PT21090
55 gal.
SWPT32OZ
32 oz.
SWPT509
5 gal.
SWPT511
11⁄2 gal.
Battery Acid
(Canada dealers)
PT21090
208-liter drum
SWCAC20
20-liter cube
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement.
30 = 30 months free replacement. 40 = 40 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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Size (in.)
W
L
H
Part Number
BCI Battery Type Battery Label
Post Type Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
4 1⁄16
3 9⁄16
4 1⁄2
SW12N55A-3B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
4 7⁄16
2 3⁄4
4 1⁄8
SW5L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 4
AGM
Conventional
U
6
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
5 ⁄
SW7L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
4 3⁄4
2 3⁄ 8
5 3⁄16
SW5L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
4 3⁄4
2 7⁄8
3 11⁄16
SW4L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
7 16
3 4
1 8
4 ⁄
2 ⁄
3 ⁄
SW4L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 1⁄8
3 9⁄16
4 1⁄2
SW7C-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
SW12AA
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
SW12AL-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 5⁄16
3 3⁄16
6 7⁄8
SW12C-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 16
5 ⁄
9
3 /16
6 /16
SW12N14-3A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 14
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 5⁄16
3 9⁄16
6 9⁄16
SW14-A2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
SW14LA2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
SW14AA2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 3⁄ 8
3
5 1⁄2
SW9L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3
5 ⁄
SW12N94B1
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
3 4
5 16
5 16
5 16
5 16
3 8
7 8
3 16
3 16
9 16
9 16
11 16
5 16
5 16
9
9 16
15 16
1 2
5 ⁄
3
6 ⁄
SW9A-A
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 3⁄ 8
3 9⁄16
5 3⁄4
SW10L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Hybrid
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
3 4
5 ⁄
SW10L-A2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 3⁄ 8
3 9⁄16
6 1⁄8
SW10A-A2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
3 ⁄
SW7A-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
3 16
4 ⁄
SW9-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
5 7⁄8
3 7⁄16
5 3⁄16
SW12BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
7 8
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
5 ⁄
SW14BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
5 ⁄
3 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW16A-AB
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
6
2 5⁄8
3 5⁄8
SWES7-12
Service
Performance
Spade
12
NA
NA
At 20 Ah = 7
AGM
VRLA Cast/Cast
U
12
6
3 ⁄
3 ⁄
SWES12-12
Motorcycle
Powerfit
T2
12
NA
NA
At 12 Ah = 20
AGM
NA
U
6
6 3⁄ 8
3 5⁄8
6 3⁄ 8
SW16B-A1
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
6 ⁄2
5
6 ⁄8
SW30LFA
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
At 10 Ah = 28
AGM
Conventional
U
6
3 8
3 8
7 8
7 8
15 16
1 16
9 16
7 16
7 16
7 16
9 16
7 8
1
11 16
3 4
3 16
3 4
7
6 ⁄
5
6 ⁄
SWT30L-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
6 7⁄8
3 3⁄ 8
6 1⁄16
SW20-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
6 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
SW20LBS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
6 7⁄8
4
6 7⁄8
SW16CL-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
1 2
7 8
7 8
3 8
1 6
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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continued
Size (in.)
W
L
H
Part Number
BCI Battery Type Battery Label
Post Type Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
6 15⁄16
4
6 1⁄ 8
SW16B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
6 ⁄
4
6 ⁄
SW16L-B
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
15 16
6 ⁄
4
1 8
6 ⁄
SW16-BS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
6 15⁄16
4
6 1⁄8
SW16LBS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
7 ⁄
3
6 ⁄
SWES18-12
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
180
216
19
AGM
Conventional
U
12
7 3⁄16
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
SWDC-9
U1
Performance
X
12
208
200
40
Hybrid
Cast/Cast
U
6
7 5⁄8
5
8 7 ⁄8
SWNS40ZLS
Motorcycle
Exide
A
12
280
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
SWGT
U1
Performance
X
12
165
200
17
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
SWGT-H
U1
Performance
X
12
235
280
25
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
SWGT-HPL
U1
Performance
X
12
235
280
25
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
SWGT-PL
U1
Performance
X
12
165
200
17
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
SWGT-R
U1R
Performance
X
12
235
280
25
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
SWGT-X
U1
Performance
X
12
300
360
34
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 3⁄4
5 3⁄16
7 5⁄8
SWGT-XHD
U1
Performance
X
12
350
420
38
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
7 ⁄
5 ⁄
7 ⁄
SWGT-XPL
U1
Performance
X
12
300
360
34
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
8 ⁄
2 ⁄
6 ⁄
SW16AL-A2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
8 1⁄16
3 1⁄2
6 7⁄16
SW18LBS
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
AGM
Conventional
U
6
8 ⁄
3 ⁄
6 ⁄
SW50N18LA2
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Conventional
U
6
8 ⁄
5 ⁄
1 2
6 ⁄
SWHD-12
Motorcycle
Exide
L
12
NA
NA
NA
Low Maintenance
Conventional
U
6
8 11⁄16
6 13⁄16
7 11⁄16
SW26-60
26
Performance
A
12
525
630
80
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
11 16
8 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW26R-60
26R
Performance
A
12
540
630
80
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
8 13⁄16
6 3⁄4
8 5⁄8
SWCOM-1H-P
1
Performance
A
6
625
750
160
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
9
6 13⁄16
8
SW86-60
86
Performance
A
12
630
785
90
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9
7 8
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
SW25-60
25
Performance
A
12
525
630
85
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 1⁄16
6 13⁄16
7 3⁄16
SW75-60
75
Performance
S
12
630
785
90
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 ⁄
9 1⁄16
15 16
1 8
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
3 4
1 16
1 8
1 6
1 8
9 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
7 8
9 16
1 8
13 16
5 16
5 16
5 16
5 8
5 8
7 16
7 16
11 16
15 16
6 ⁄
1 8
8 ⁄
SW75DT-60
75DT
Performance
A, S
12
525
630
85
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
6 15⁄16
8 1⁄8
SW75DT-72
75DT
Performance
A, S
12
630
785
100
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 5⁄16
4 15⁄16
8 11⁄16
SW51-60
51
Performance
A
12
450
525
70
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 ⁄
4 ⁄
8 ⁄
SW51R-60
51R
Performance
A
12
450
525
70
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
1 16
5 16
15 16
15 16
11 16
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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continued
Size (in.)
W
L
H
Part Number
BCI Battery Type Battery Label
Post Type Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
9 7⁄16
5 1⁄2
8 7⁄8
SW45-60
45
Performance
A
12
495
595
80
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 7⁄16
6 7⁄8
8 15⁄16
SW35-60
35
Performance
A
12
525
630
85
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 ⁄
5 ⁄
9 ⁄
SW22NF-40
22NF
Performance
A
12
390
450
70
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
9 5⁄8
6 3⁄4
7 7⁄16
SW47-60
47
Performance
A
12
600
750
85
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 13⁄16
7 3⁄16
7
SW58-60
58
Performance
A
12
540
635
80
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
9 ⁄
7 ⁄
7
SW58R-60
58R
Performance
A
12
580
700
80
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
10
7 1⁄2
7 9⁄16
SW59C
59
Performance
A
12
590
710
100
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW78-60
78
Performance
S
12
630
785
100
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW78-72
78
Performance
A
12
770
950
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
10 3⁄16
6 13⁄16
8
SW34C
34
Performance
A
12
630
785
100
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
10 3⁄16
6 13⁄16
9
SW34-84N
34
Performance
A
12
770
850
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
10 3⁄16
7 5⁄16
8 1⁄8
SW78DT-60
78DT
Performance
A, S
12
650
800
100
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
8 ⁄
SW78DT-72
78DT
Performance
A, S
12
800
1000
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
1 2
13 16
3 16
3 16
3 16
1 2
3 16
5 8
5 8
5 16
1 16
3 16
3 16
1 8
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
SWXHD-M-24
24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
525
650
80
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
12
10 1⁄4
6 13⁄16
9 1⁄16
SWXXHD-M-24
24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
800
1000
115
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
12
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
SWNC-24
24
Performance Marine
A, T
12
500
625
120
DC Antimonial
Cast/Expanded
U
12
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
10 ⁄
SWGC-110-Z
GC2
Performance
Special
6
NA
NA
390
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
10 5⁄8
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄8
SW24-60
24
Performance
A
12
525
630
90
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
SW24F-60
24F
Performance
A
12
525
630
90
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
6
10 5⁄8
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄8
SW24F-84N
24F
Performance
A
12
700
835
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
10 ⁄
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
SW24-84N
24
Performance
A
12
700
835
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
7 8
10 ⁄
SWE-3600
GC2
Performance
A, T
6
NA
NA
390
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
10 5⁄8
7 1⁄8
10 7⁄8
SWE-4800
GC8
Performance
A, T
8
NA
NA
290
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
11 ⁄
SWGC2-H
GC2
Performance
Special
6
NA
NA
525
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
1 4
1 4
5 16
5 8
5 8
5 8
5 8
13 16
13 16
1 8
3 4
3 4
1 8
1 8
1 16
1 16
5 16
1 8
1 8
5 8
10 ⁄
7 ⁄
11 ⁄
SWGC-5
GC2
Performance
A, T
6
NA
NA
480
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
U
12
10 7⁄8
6 7⁄8
7 1⁄2
SW48X
48
Performance
A
12
760
910
120
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Expanded
U
40
11
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW48/91-60
48/91
Performance
A
12
690
825
110
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
11 9⁄16
7 7⁄16
7 9⁄16
SW65-60
65
Performance
A
12
650
780
130
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
11 ⁄
7 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW65-72
65
Performance
A
12
850
1000
160
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
12
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
SWNC-27
27
Performance Marine
A, T
12
575
730
160
DC Antimonial
Cast/Expanded
U
12
12
6 13⁄16
9 7⁄16
SWXXHD-M-27
27
Performance Marine
A, T
12
833
1000
180
Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
U
12
5 8
1 8
3 4
11 16
7 16
13 16
5 8
9 16
9 16
7 16
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement.
30 = 30 months free replacement. 40 = 40 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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Performance Batteries by Size
continued
Size (in.)
W
L
H
Part Number
BCI Battery Type Battery Label
Post Type Volts
CCA Ratings CA Ratings
at 0° F
at 32° F
Reserve Capacity
at 25 Amps
Chemistry
Battery Construction
Elements
(anchored/unanchored)
Free Replacement
Warranty (months)
12 5⁄16
6 7⁄8
7 1⁄2
SWL4-94RX
L4/94R
Performance
A
12
790
950
140
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Expanded
U
40
12 ⁄
6 ⁄
8 ⁄
SWHDOE-27
27
Performance
A
12
750
750
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
30
1 2
4 5
7 8
12 ⁄
6 ⁄
9
SW27F-60
27F
Performance
A
12
700
850
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
13
6 3⁄4
9 1⁄4
SWCOM-4EC-P
4
Performance
A
6
975
1170
300
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
1 2
13 16
13
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
SWHP-31E
31
Performance
A
12
925
1050
180
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
A
18
13
6 13⁄16
9 7⁄16
SWHP-31D
31
Performance
T
12
925
1050
180
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
A
18
13
6 13⁄16
9 7 ⁄8
SWNG-31
31
Performance Marine
A, T
12
650
830
205
DC Antimonial
Cast/Cast
A
12
13 16
3 8
13
6 ⁄
9 ⁄
SWCOM-30H
30H
Performance
A
12
700
850
180
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
13 1⁄2
7 1⁄4
9 3⁄ 8
SWCOM-5D
5D
Performance
A
6
850
1000
280
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
14
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW49-60
49
Performance
A
12
850
1000
120
Maintenance-Free
Expanded
U
20
17
6 ⁄
7 ⁄
SW17TF
17TF
Performance
A
12
530
665
140
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Cast
U
6
19 1⁄4
4 1⁄4
8 9⁄16
SWF-3ET
3ET
Performance
A
12
460
550
120
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
19 ⁄
4 ⁄
8 ⁄
SWF-3EE
3EE
Performance
A
12
370
440
100
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
19 1⁄4
4 1⁄4
9 7⁄8
SWF-3EH
3EH
Performance
A
6
850
1000
280
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
19 9⁄16
8 5⁄16
10
SWCOM-4D-P
4D
Performance
A
12
1000
1200
320
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
19 ⁄
7 ⁄
9 ⁄
SWN120
JIS
Performance
A
12
638
NA
NA
Maintenance-Free
Cast/Cast
U
6
20
8 1⁄8
8 1⁄8
SWF-4DLT
4DLT
Performance
A
12
820
970
250
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Cast
A
12
20 ⁄
11
10
SWCOM-8D
8D
Performance
A
12
1300
1560
435
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
20 ⁄
11
10
SWCOM-8D-P
8D
Performance
A
12
1155
1380
400
Low-Maintenance Hybrid
Cast/Expanded
A
12
15 16
7 8
7 8
1 4
7 8
3 4
7 8
1 4
1 8
5 8
7 16
7 8
9 16
3 8
Battery Acid
(U.S. dealers)
PT21090
55 gal.
SWPT32OZ 32 oz.
SWPT509
5 gal.
SWPT511
11⁄2 gal.
Battery Acid
(Canada dealers)
PT21090
208-liter drum
SWCAC20
20-liter cube
arranty Code: Effective for batteries sold on or after 1 December 2012.
W
6 = 6 months free replacement. 12 = 12 months free replacement. 18 = 18 months free replacement. 20 = 20 months free replacement. 30 = 30 months free replacement.
DC Antimonial = Deep-cycle high antimony-lead (4.0%) positive/negative alloyed grids.
StrongBox: Low antimony-lead positive grid alloy against a calcium-lead negative grid; also implies that elements are anchored for vibration resistance.
The U1L means left-hand positive terminal when terminals on a battery are closer to your body.
Suffixes on part numbers are E = SAE Post, D = Stud Post, COM = Commercial, Tapered = SAE, and Threaded = Stud.
Standard product line is “Hot Melt” anchored instead of epoxy bonded.
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Testing Equipment
Quick testing can determine if a battery needs to be replaced, or if the problem is
a simple one such as a loose cable, corroded terminal, or low electrolyte levels. Too
often, batteries that are simply “rundown” are replaced. Through diagnosis at the
parts counter, this common mistake can be avoided without unnecessary stress on
the environment or your wallet.
Battery testing — right at
our parts counter.
–BVA handheld testers can test battery,
starter, and the alternator system in
82 seconds
–Advanced DPL technology for trueload results
This printer is one
smart accessory.
–Tests most battery and electrical systems
–64-character backlit LCD screen
–Stores previous 188 tests/easy review
PROTECTIVE PLASTIC CARRYING CASE
–Customer communication with
optional infrared printer or PC cable
SWAC-19S
–Fits all Auto Meter handheld testers
–Reverse polarity protected
BATTERY TESTER
BY AUTO METER
SWBVA-200S
Specifications
–Includes room for the PR-12 Printer, wall transformer, and
other accessories
Battery types and voltage 6 and 12 volt, flooded
and AGM
WARRANTY
Battery CCA range
100–1,600 CCA
Automated load
120 amp
Alternator test
Yes/12 and 24 volt
Stator diode test
Yes
Starter draw test
Yes
The Auto Meter battery tester warranty is provided by the
supplier. The tester itself is covered for 36 months against
defects and workmanship, and includes parts and labor. The
printer and case are covered for 12 months, and the lead
clamps for 90 days.
Load leads
30-in., 6-gauge
adapter required for
GM side post
Field replaceable leads
INFRARED PRINTER AND PROTECTIVE
CARRYING CASE
SWAC-20S
WARRANTY PROCEDURE
Yes
This printer is designed specifically to work with all
Auto Meter® handheld battery testers:
Communications to PC
RS-232 via optional
AC-12 cable
–New improved printer head
Memory
188 tests
–Call Auto Meter customer service at 866-883-8378. A
service technician will determine if an on-site solution is
possible, or will provide a Return Goods Authorization (RGA)
number and instructions on returning the unit to the Auto
Meter Service Center.
Language
English, Spanish, and
French
–Portable infrared printer for use with all Auto Meter
handheld testers
Operational temperature 0–120º F
–Includes AC power adapter
Operational humidity
0–85% NonCondensing
–Uses standard 58-mm thermal paper
Internal battery
9 volt
–Dimensions 6 x 4.5 x 3.5 inch
Dimensions/weight
5.9 x 9.6 x 2.1 in./4 lb.
–Includes cigar lighter power adapter
Rubber boot
Yes
–Includes SWAC-19S protective plastic carrying case
–Write the RGA number on the outside of the shipping box
and the explanatory paperwork.
–Box the unit carefully with sufficient packing, and include an
explanation of the problem and circumstance, RGA number,
and return address.
–The unit will be repaired or replaced within two working
days and returned prepaid to the address provided.
IMPORTANT: Not for use with deep-cycle batteries.
*Limitations: The tester can make determinations on
batteries that have low charge within an accuracy
rate of 95 percent. However, the deeper a battery
is discharged, the more the ability for the tester to
make a determination decreases. If a determination
cannot be made, recharging is necessary.
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Testing Equipment
continued
SCHUMACHER TESTER
SWPST-900X
This unit includes a thermal printer, a rugged
carrying case, 50-ampere battery clamp, one
roll of standard thermal printer paper, and six
AA batteries.
Features and benefits
–Three testers in one (battery, charging,
and starting)
–Three-button operation
–For testing 6- and 12-volt batteries
–For testing 12- and 24-volt charging
systems
–16-character LCD with adjustable
backlighting readouts
–Starter draw
–Charge retest
–Load-off charging test
–Load-on charging test actual load
–Replace battery
–Bad cell replace
–Graphical alt test result
–Good battery
–State of Health percent and graphical
–Rated CCA/actual CCA
–State of charge percent graphical
–Good recharge
–One-year warranty
DIGITAL TESTER FOR 12-VOLT
BATTERIES/STARTER SYSTEMS/
CHARGING SYSTEMS
SWBT175
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–Three testers in one (battery, charging, and
starting)
–For 12-volt SLI and VRLA/AGM/GEL
batteries
–Digital display guides you through the
testing process and shows voltage and CCA
–Accepts rating types: CCA, CA, EN, IEC, DIN,
and SAE
–LED display states: OK and recharge,
recharge and retest, weak, bad battery,
and error
–Operating range: 100–1200 CCA (SAE)
–Testing voltage: 7–15 volt
–One-year warranty
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Warranty Information
John Deere Aftermarket Batteries — U.S. and Canada
John Deere aftermarket replacement batteries sold on
or after 1 December 2012.
John Deere warrants to the original purchaser of each new
battery bearing the name John Deere or the John Deere
trademark as follows:
Replacement battery limited warranty — This limited
warranty is applicable to John Deere replacement batteries
with a part number beginning with the letters “TY”.
The limited warranty on replacement batteries begins
on the date that the battery is activated and/or sold for
replacement purposes.
Note: Dealers should remove date-code circles or placard
tabs (depending on the type of battery) from the battery
top plaque to indicate the warranty starting date.
Any battery that becomes unserviceable due to defects in
material or workmanship, not merely discharged, will be
replaced free of charge according to the specific warranty
code for each battery. This does not include installation costs.
When submitting the battery warranty claim, the dealer must
submit the failed battery part number, not the replacement
battery part number.
To obtain warranty service the purchaser must request
warranty service from a John Deere dealer authorized to sell
John Deere-branded batteries. At the same time, the purchaser
must present the battery with the top placard intact and the
original sales receipt. The purchaser must also tell the dealer
what appears to be wrong with the battery. Upon completion
of warranty service, the purchaser must, at purchaser’s expense,
either pick up the merchandise or arrange for delivery.
Conditions of non-coverage — This warranty does not cover:
– Breakage of the container, cover, or terminals
– Depreciation or damage caused by normal wear, accident,
or lack of reasonable and necessary maintenance
– Use of an electrolyte not recommended by the company
– Transportation, mailing, or service-call charges for warranty
performance
– Batteries that are merely discharged
Neither John Deere nor any affiliated companies make any
warranties, representations, or promises as to the quality or
performance of its batteries other than those set forth herein.
Implied or statutory warranties or conditions of merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose to the extent applicable
shall be limited in duration to the free replacement period. The
only remedies a purchaser has in connection with the breach or
performance of any warranty on John Deere batteries are those
set forth herein. In no event will the dealer, John Deere, or any
company affiliated with John Deere be liable for incidental or
consequential damages.
Note: Some states or provinces may not allow limitations
on how long an implied warranty lasts or on the exclusion
of or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply
to the purchaser.
The selling dealer makes no warranty of his own on any battery
warranted by John Deere unless he provides the purchaser a
separate written certificate specifically warranting the battery.
The dealer has no authority to make any representation or
promise on behalf of John Deere or to modify the terms or
limitations of this warranty in any way.
Note: The warranty gives a purchaser specific legal
rights, and he/she may also have other rights that may
vary by jurisdiction.
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Use the chart below to determine warranty coverage.
Coverage varies based on the specific battery you purchased.
John Deere StrongBox™ Battery LimitedWarranty Coverage Chart — U.S. and Canada
Warranty Code*
Free Exchange
6
6 months
12
12 months
18
18 months
*If your John Deere battery is not labeled with a warranty code, it is considered
a code “12.”
Warranty for overseas-produced batteries — If a foreignmade battery in a foreign-produced piece of equipment
fails, the dealer must refer to the battery information in the
electronic parts catalog or through PartsEXPERT to find the
appropriate replacement battery.
When submitting the battery warranty claim, the dealer must
submit the failed battery part number, not the replacement
battery part number.
Date-code markings indicate installation and the service
record on most StrongBox batteries; the top plaques include
removable circles for indicating delivery or activation date. Also,
removable circles on plaques may indicate the intended usage
of the battery when it is sold.
label should be removed and placed on the customer’s invoice at
the time of purchase. The customer will present this invoice and
label if warranty service is needed. The customer invoice should
show the date of sale, type of service, and the make and model
of the vehicle.
Note: Type of service means that John Deere RoadGard batteries
are designed for light-truck (under one ton), van, and automotive
uses only. The warranty is not valid for other applications.
John Deere Performance Wet Battery Warranty — All John Deere
Performance wet batteries with part numbers beginning with
“SW” are warranted to the customer based on the specific
warranty coverage listed in this guide and online through
PartsEXPERT by part number. Batteries purchased on or after
1 December 2012 are covered by a free replacement coverage
based on specific battery warranty code. John Deere Performance
wet battery warranty code coverage information can be found
within this guide in the battery specifications section as well
as within PartsEXPERT on the Web. Any dealer reimbursement
will be administered by the John Deere battery supplier and
conducted outside of the John Deere warranty system.
John Deere Performance Battery LimitedWarranty Coverage Chart — U.S. and Canada
Warranty Code
Free Exchange
6
6 months
12
12 months
18
18 months
20
20 months
24
24 months
30
30 months
40
40 months
John Deere RoadGard™ battery warning labels are different.
The part number/specifications and warning labels are either
English or bilingual (English/French). The white serial number
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Original Warranty Information
John Deere Aftermarket Batteries — U.S. and Canada
John Deere aftermarket replacement batteries sold prior
to 1 December 2012.
We warrant to the original purchaser of each new battery
bearing the name John Deere or the John Deere trademark
as follows:
Free replacement — Any battery that becomes unserviceable
due to defects in material or workmanship, not merely
discharged, will be replaced free of charge according to
the warranty chart.
Pro-rata adjustment — Any battery that becomes unserviceable
after the end of the free replacement period, but before the
expiration of the pro-rata adjustment period, will be replaced
to the customer upon payment for the months the battery was
in use. This does not include installation costs.
When submitting the battery warranty claim, the dealer must
submit the failed battery part number, not the replacement
battery part number.
Note: Dealers should remove date-code circles or placard tabs
(depending on the type of battery) from the battery top plaque
to indicate the warranty starting date.
To obtain warranty service the purchaser must request warranty
service from a John Deere dealer authorized to sell John Deerebranded batteries. At the same time, the purchaser must present
the battery with the top placard intact and the original sales
receipt. The purchaser must also tell the dealer what appears
to be wrong with the battery. Upon completion of warranty
service, the purchaser must, at purchaser’s expense, either
pick up the merchandise or arrange for delivery.
Conditions of non-coverage — This warranty does not cover:
– Breakage of the container, cover, or terminals
– Depreciation or damage caused by normal wear, accident,
or lack of reasonable and necessary maintenance
– Use of an electrolyte not recommended by the company
– Transportation, mailing, or service-call charges for warranty
performance
– Batteries that are merely discharged
Neither John Deere nor any affiliated companies make any
warranties, representations, or promises as to the quality or
performance of its batteries other than those set forth herein.
Implied or statutory warranties or conditions of merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose to the extent applicable
shall be limited in duration to the free replacement period. The
only remedies a purchaser has in connection with the breach or
performance of any warranty on John Deere batteries are those
set forth herein. In no event will the dealer, John Deere, or any
Customer Credit
How to calculate pro-rata cost for customers
66
company affiliated with John Deere be liable for incidental or
consequential damages.
Note: Some states or provinces may not allow limitations on
how long an implied warranty lasts or on the exclusion of or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitations and exclusions may not apply to purchaser.
The selling dealer makes no warranty of his own on any battery
warranted by John Deere unless he provides the purchaser a
separate written certificate specifically warranting the battery.
The dealer has no authority to make any representation or
promise on behalf of John Deere or to modify the terms or
limitations of this warranty in any way.
Note: The warranty gives a purchaser specific legal rights, and
he/she may also have other rights that may vary by jurisdiction.
Use the chart below to determine warranty coverage. Coverage
varies based on the type of battery you purchased. Warranty
coverage is for John Deere replacement batteries with a part
number beginning with the letters “TY”.
Limited-Warranty Coverage Chart —
U.S. and Canada
Warranty Code*
Free Exchange
Pro Rata
A
6 months
40 months
B
6 months
36 months
C
6 months
24 months
Current exchange list price of failed battery (in case of original-equipment battery
failure, the recommended service battery current exchange list price)
(1) $116.96
D
12 months
36 months
Pro-rata adjustment period (months)
(2) 40
E
6 months
12 months
Cost per month
Divide exchange list price (1) by pro-rata adjustment period (2) to obtain cost per month
(3) $2.92
H
12 months
60 months
Months battery used
(4) 27
Cost for use of failed battery
Multiply cost per month (3) by the number of months used (4) to obtain cost to customer
for use of failed battery
(5) $78.84
Credit towards purchase of a new battery
Subtract pro-rata customer cost for use of failed battery (5) from current exchange list
price (1) to determine credit customer can apply towards purchase of new battery
(6) $38.12
When submitting the battery warranty claim, the dealer must
submit the failed battery part number, not the replacement
battery part number.
Date-code markings indicate installation and the service
record on most StrongBox™ batteries; the top plaques include
removable circles for indicating delivery or activation date. Also,
removable circles on plaques may indicate the intended usage
of the battery when it is sold.
John Deere RoadGard™ battery warning labels are different.
The part number/specifications and warning labels are either
English or bilingual (English/French). The white serial number
label should be removed and placed on the customer’s invoice
at the time of purchase. The customer will present this invoice
and label if warranty service is needed. The customer invoice
should show the date of sale, type of service, and the make
and model of the vehicle.
Note: Type of service means that John Deere RoadGard
batteries are designed for light-truck (under one ton), van,
and automotive uses only. The warranty is not valid for
other applications.
John Deere Performance Wet Battery Warranty — All
John Deere wet batteries (SW prefix) are warranted to the
customer based on the specific warranty coverage listed in this
guide and online through PartsEXPERT by part number. Customer
credits are determined by use of the Battery Warranty Calculator
in PartsEXPERT. Any dealer reimbursement will be made outside
of the John Deere warranty system according to the established
John Deere wet battery warranty policy published through
PartsEXPERT.
*If your John Deere battery is not labeled with a warranty code, it is a code “B.”
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Dimension “A” = Depth from top of battery well to acid level
Battery Filling and
Activation Instructions
Figure No. 1
Dimension “B” = Depth from bottom of battery well to acid level
Figure No. 2
A
A
B
B
Acid Level
Acid Level
Deere P/N
TY21731
TY21732
TY21734
TY21737
TY21741
TY21747
TY21748
TY21751
TY21753
TY21754
TY21757
TY21764
TY21767
TY23017
TY23020
TY23025
TY24341
TY24381
TY24394
TY24546
TY24932
TY24937
TY24944
TY25221
TY25224
TY25271
TY25272
TY25514
TY25803
TY25876
TY25878
TY25879
TY25881
TY25882
TY26102
TY26103
TY26442
TY26498
TY26773
TY26774
TY26775
TY26782
TY26783
TY26988
TY6128
TY6143
TY6144
TY6188
TY6192
TY27472
TY27473
TY27474
TY27472
TY27473
TY27474
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BCI Group
Size
1
2
4
3EH
30H
47
8D
31
U1R
4D
7D
24
31
U1
4D
5D
3ET
4DLT
27F
31
65
34
75
U1
49
24
27
48
31
51
U1L
31
45
4D
D4
D5
34
22NF
D1
L1
AT1
D4
D5
L6
31
24
27
28
22F
L2/47
L3/48
L5/49
L2/47
L3/48
L5/49
Cross-Sectional
Image of Vent
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 6
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 3
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 4
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 3
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 5
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 5
See Figure No. 3
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 3
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 2
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 1
See Figure No. 3
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 4
See Figure No. 7
See Figure No. 8
See Figure No. 8
See Figure No. 8
See Figure No. 8
See Figure No. 8
See Figure No. 8
Dimension “A”
from Top of
Cover (in.)
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 11⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 7⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 7⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 7⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 7⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
3
1 ⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 9⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 7⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
9
1 ⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 7⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 7⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
Dimension “A”
from Top of
Cover (mm)
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
40 ± 5
30 ± 5
40 ± 5
43 ± 5
40 ± 5
48 ± 5
25 ± 5
30 ± 5
30 ± 5
25 ± 5
30 ± 5
25 ± 5
30 ± 5
30 ± 5
30 ± 5
30 ± 5
25 ± 5
48 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
40 ± 5
45 ± 5
25 ± 5
40 ± 5
48 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
48 ± 5
25 ± 5
30 ± 5
40 ± 5
40 ± 5
25 ± 5
30 ± 5
30 ± 5
40 ± 5
40 ± 5
48 ± 5
25 ± 5
40 ± 5
48 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
48 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
25 ± 5
Dimension “B”
Below Bottom
of Well (in.)
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
13⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
5⁄8 ± 1⁄8
5⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
5⁄8 ± 1⁄8
1 ± 1⁄8
5⁄8 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
5⁄8 ± 1⁄8
3⁄16 ± 1⁄8
0 ± 1⁄8
0 ± 1⁄8
0 ± 1⁄8
0 ± 1⁄8
0 ± 1⁄8
0 ± 1⁄8
Dimension “B”
Below Bottom
of Well (mm)
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
21 ± 3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
25 ± 3
25 ± 3
5±3
15 ± 3
15 ± 3
25 ± 3
15 ± 3
25 ± 3
15 ± 3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
5±3
0±3
0±3
0±3
0±3
0±3
0±3
Figure No. 3
Figure No. 4
A
1.86
B
Max.
Acid Level
Min.
.25
Acid Level
Figure No. 5
Figure No. 6
A
1.80
B
Max.
Min.
Acid Level
.25
Acid Level
47/90
48/91
49/93
Figure No. 7
Figure No. 8
A
A
B
B
Acid Level
Acid Level
DRY-CHARGED BATTERY ACTIVATION INSTRUCTIONS
(seven easy steps for a factory-fresh battery)
1. REMEMBER SAFETY. Always wear protective glasses,
gloves, and clothing when handling batteries and sulfuric
acid electrolyte.
2. PREPARE BATTERY. Remove vents ONLY when ready
to place battery into service. Identify IN SERVICE date
by removing date tabs from label . Make certain battery
and electrolyte temperatures are between 60 deg.
F(115.5 deg. C) and 100 deg. F (37.8 deg. C).
3. ADD ELECTROLYTE. Fill each cell with electrolyte
solution of 1.265 Sp. Gravity (±0.005 @ 80 deg. F) to
a level indicated on the activation instructions poster
for each individual battery. DO NOT OVERFILL.
4.LET BATTERY STAND. Allow battery to stand for 20
minutes after filling to allow the electrolyte to soak
into the plates.
5. BOOST CHARGE. Charge the battery using the high
or boost setting on the proper charger. Charge for
approximately 30 minutes or more until the cell-specific
gravities read 1.270SG or better. The amperage should
be high and decrease as the battery gets to full charge.
Keep battery vents loosely in place while charging in a
ventilated area. When finished charging, turn off the
charger and disconnect the battery.
6. H
OW TO BOOST-CHARGE 6- AND 8- VOLT BATTERIES.
For a 6-volt battery use the proper 6-volt charger only.
For an 8-volt battery:
a. Use a 12-volt charger with no more than lOA capability
b. Monitor the 8-volt battery as it is being charged at all
times.
c. When battery reaches 9.6 volts, continue to charge
for about 15-20 minutes max.
d. Battery is fully charged.
7. TOP OFF BATTERY. Adjust electrolyte if required to bring
to proper level. DO NOT OVERFILL BATTERY. Replace
service vents and install battery per equipment
manufacturer's instructions.
69
Battery-Charging Recommendations
Dry battery activation recommended charging times and settings using John Deere
battery chargers
If the filled dry-charged batteries are not being installed in equipment that will be immediately
operated, follow the recommended charging times for optimum activation results.
Deere
BCI
Part No. Group
TY21731
1
TY21732
2
TY21734
4
TY21737
3EH
TY21741
30H
TY21747
47
TY21748
8D
TY21754
4D
TY21757
7D
TY21764
24
TY23017
U1
TY23020
4D
TY23025
5D
TY24341
3ET
TY24381
4DLT
TY24394
27F
TY24546
31
TY24932
65
TY24937
34
TY24944
75
TY25221
U1
TY25224
49
TY25272
27
TY25862 Charger
TY26878 Charger
Approx.
Charger Charging
Setting Time (hrs.)
Approx.
Charger Charging
Setting Time (hrs.)
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
0.6
3.3
1.0
5.2
1.0
5.0
1.5
5.0
0.6
3.3
0.3
1.7
1.3
6.6
1.3
6.7
1.4
6.9
0.4
2.1
NR
0.4
1.8
9.2
1.7
6.3
0.5
2.5
0.9
4.6
0.5
2.5
0.8
3.8
0.6
2.9
0.7
2.3
0.4
2.2
NR
0.9
0.6
3.3
0.5
2.7
40A
0.8
40A
1.2
40A
1.3
40A
1.2
40A
0.8
40A
0.4
40A
1.6
40A
1.7
40A
1.7
40A
0.5
40A
NR
40A
2.3
40A
1.6
40A
0.8
40A
1.1
40A
0.8
40A
0.9
40A
0.7
40A
0.6
40A
0.5
40A
NR
40A
0.8
40A
0.7
TY25863 Charger
Charger
Setting
Approx.
Charging
Time (hrs.)
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
1.1
3.3
1.5
5.2
1.8
5.0
1.6
5.0
1.1
3.3
0.6
1.7
2.2
6.6
2.2
6.7
2.3
6.9
0.7
2.1
NR
0.4
3.1
9.2
2.1
6.3
0.8
2.5
1.4
4.6
0.8
2.5
1.3
3.8
1.0
2.9
0.8
2.3
0.7
2.2
0.3
0.9
1.1
3.3
0.9
2.7
TY25865 Charger
Charger
Setting
Approx.
Charging
Time (hrs.)
10A AUTO
3.3
10A AUTO
4.6
10A AUTO
5.0
10A AUTO
5.0
10A AUTO
3.3
10A AUTO
1.7
10A AUTO
6.6
10A AUTO
6.7
10A AUTO
6.9
10A AUTO
2.1
10A AUTO
0.4
10A AUTO
9.2
10A AUTO
6.3
10A AUTO
2.5
10A AUTO
4.6
10A AUTO
2.5
10A AUTO
3.8
10A AUTO
2.9
10A AUTO
2.3
10A AUTO
2.2
10A AUTO
0.9
10A AUTO
3.3
10A AUTO
2.7
TY26254 Charger
Charger
Setting
Approx.
Charging
Time (hrs.)
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
0.8
2.2
1.2
3.5
1.3
3.6
1.2
3.3
0.8
2.2
0.4
1.1
1.6
4.4
1.7
4.4
1.7
4.6
0.5
1.4
NR
0.2
2.3
6.1
1.6
4.2
0.8
1.7
1.1
3.1
0.8
1.7
1.0
2.5
0.7
1.9
0.6
2.1
0.5
1.5
NR
0.6
0.8
2.2
0.7
1.8
Rated RC
(ref)
Deere
BCI
Part No. Group
160
TY25514
48
250
TY25803
31
320
TY25876
51
280
TY25878
U1
160
TY25879
31
80
TY25881
45
440
TY26102
D4
320
TY26103
D5
330
TY26442
34
100
TY26498
22NF
17
TY26773
D1
440
TY26774
L1
300
TY26775
AT1
120
TY26782
D4
220
TY26783
D5
120
TY26988
L6
180
TY27472
L2/47
140
TY27473
L3/29
110
TY27473
L5/49
105
TY6128
31
42
TY6143
24
160
TY6144
27
130
TY6192
22F
TY25862 Charger
TY26878 Charger
Approx.
Charger Charging
Setting Time (hrs.)
Approx.
Charger Charging
Setting Time (hrs.)
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
50A
10A
0.4
2.1
0.8
3.8
0.3
1.6
NR
0.8
0.8
3.8
0.3
1.6
1.7
6.3
1.6
7.9
0.5
2.5
0.3
1.6
0.8
4.0
0.6
1.5
0.6
3.3
1.0
5.2
1.6
7.9
0.7
3.9
0.3
1.7
0.4
2.1
0.6
3.3
0.8
3.8
0.3
1.7
0.6
3.3
0.4
1.9
40A
0.5
40A
0.9
40A
0.4
40A
NR
40A
0.9
40A
0.4
40A
1.6
40A
2.0
40A
0.8
40A
0.4
40A
1.0
40A
0.4
40A
0.8
40A
1.6
40A
2.0
40A
1.0
40A
0.4
40A
0.5
40A
0.8
40A
0.9
40A
0.4
40A
0.8
40A
0.5
TY25863 Charger
Charger
Setting
Approx.
Charging
Time (hrs.)
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
15A
30A
10A
30A
10A
30A
10A
0.7
2.1
1.3
3.8
0.5
1.6
0.3
0.8
1.3
3.8
0.5
1.6
2.1
6.3
2.6
7.9
0.8
2.5
0.5
1.6
1.4
4.0
0.5
1.5
1.1
3.3
2.1
6.3
2.6
7.9
1.3
3.9
0.6
1.7
0.7
2.1
1.1
3.3
1.3
2.5
0.6
1.7
1.1
3.3
0.6
1.9
TY25865 Charger
Charger
Setting
Approx.
Charging
Time (hrs.)
10A AUTO
2.1
10A AUTO
3.8
10A AUTO
1.6
10A AUTO
0.8
10A AUTO
3.8
10A AUTO
1.6
10A AUTO
6.3
10A AUTO
7.9
10A AUTO
2.5
10A AUTO
1.6
10A AUTO
4.0
10A AUTO
1.5
10A AUTO
3.3
10A AUTO
6.3
10A AUTO
7.9
10A AUTO
3.9
10A AUTO
1.7
10A AUTO
2.1
10A AUTO
3.3
10A AUTO
3.8
10A AUTO
1.7
10A AUTO
3.3
10A AUTO
1.9
TY26254 Charger
Charger
Setting
Approx.
Charging
Time (hrs.)
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
0.5
1.4
1.0
2.5
0.4
1.0
NR
0.5
1.0
2.5
0.4
1.0
1.6
4.2
2.0
5.3
0.8
1.7
0.4
1.0
1.0
2.7
0.4
1.0
0.8
2.2
1.6
4.2
2.0
5.3
1.0
2.6
0.4
1.1
0.5
1.4
0.8
2.2
1.0
40A
15A
40A
15A
40A
15A
0.4
1.1
0.8
2.2
0.5
1.5
Rated RC
(ref)
100
180
75
38
180
75
300
380
120
75
199
70
160
300
380
185
80
100
160
180
80
160
90
BATTERY-CHARGING SCENARIOS
Boost charging after battery activation
After filling, a dry-charged battery may need a quick boost charge to bring it to
peak condition. Using the “high,” “boost,” or “start” setting on the charger, charge
for approximately 30 minutes. The initial amperage read should be 10A or higher,
and may decrease over time. The ampere hours into the battery will be the product
of the ampere times the hours of charge (e.g. 10A x 1 hour = 10AH).
70
NOTES:
1. Recharge times given indicate necessary time to full 100% state-of-charge
(SOC) assuming that batteries may have lost 25% of their charge. In the large
majority of cases a refreshening charge of 30 minutes will bring the batteries
to 85% SOC or better.
2. “NR” indicates not recommended because of chances of overheating
batteries. Closely monitor battery temperatures when using high settings.
Do not leave batteries unattended during charging.
71
Battery Safety and Installation
Follow these guidelines to ensure safe battery installation
and charging, and booster-cable operation.
Because batteries contain sulfuric acid
and produce mixtures of hydrogen and
oxygen, failure to use caution when
handling them can or may result in
serious injury. The self-discharge action
of a battery generates hydrogen gas,
presenting the potential to explode
even if the battery is not in operation.
Acid can cause serious burns to your
skin through handling. That’s why
it’s important to follow these safety
precautions:
STORING BATTERIES
–Always store batteries in a wellventilated, open area.
–Check batteries frequently to ensure
there is no acid leakage or corrosion
on the batteries.
–Keep a freshly charged fire extinguisher near any stored batteries.
HANDLING BATTERIES
–Always wear proper eye, face, and
hand protection.
–Keep all sparks, flames, and cigarettes
away from the battery.
–Do not remove damaged vent caps.
–Cover vent caps with a damp cloth to
minimize gas.
–Make sure work area is well ventilated.
–Never lean over a battery when
boosting, testing, or charging it.
INSTALLATION
–Disconnect the ground cable first (this is usually the
negative cable; however, older vehicles may have a positive
ground).
–Remove the old battery — note the positions of the positive
(+) terminal and the negative (–) terminal. Mark the cable for
the correct connection to the new battery.
–Clean the terminals and cable connections with a wire brush.
Broken, frayed, or cut cables should be replaced.
–Install the new battery in the same position as the old one
and secure it with the hold-down assembly.
–Ensure terminals do not touch any metal mounting, engine,
or vehicle body parts.
–Connect the ground cable last to avoid sparks. Make sure
the cables are connected tightly.
HEAT-SHIELD CAUTION
When a heat shield is used, a slight adjustment may be needed
to accommodate terminal posts. Protective heat shields
around batteries are being used with increasing frequency to
protect the battery from very high temperatures. Failure to
replace the heat shield after installation of the replacement
battery may reduce its electrical performance life.
BOOSTER-CABLE OPERATION
When jump-starting a battery, always wear proper eye
protection, and never lean over the battery. Do not jump-start
a damaged battery. Inspect both the discharged and assisting
batteries before connecting booster cables. Be sure vent caps
are tight and level. Place a damp cloth over the vent caps of
both batteries. Make certain that the vehicles are not touching and that both of the ignition switches are turned to the
“OFF” position. Then, follow these steps in order:
–Connect the other end of the positive (+) cable to the
positive (+) terminal of the assisting battery.
–Connect the negative (–) cable to the negative (–) terminal
of the assisting battery.
–Make the final connection of the negative (–) cable to the
engine block of the stalled vehicle.
–Start the vehicle and remove the cables in the reverse order
of the connections.
CHARGING
Never attempt to charge a battery without first reviewing the
instructions for using the charger. In addition to the charger
instructions, these general precautions should be followed:
–Always charge batteries in a well-ventilated area, and wear
proper eye protection.
–Turn the charger and timer to “OFF” before connecting the
leads to the battery to avoid dangerous sparks.
–Never try to charge a visibly damaged or frozen battery.
–Connect the charger leads to the battery: red positive (+)
lead to the positive (+) terminal and black to the negative (–)
terminal. If the battery is still in the vehicle, connect the
negative (–) lead to the engine block to serve as a ground
(if the vehicle is positive grounded, connect the positive
lead to the engine block).
–Set the timer, turn on the charger, and slowly increase the
charging rate until the desired ampere value is reached.
–If the battery becomes hot, or if violent gassing or spewing
of electrolyte occurs, reduce the charging rate or temporarily halt the charger.
–Always turn the charger to “OFF” before removing the
charger leads from the battery to avoid dangerous sparks.
–Connect the positive (+) booster cable to the positive (+)
terminal of the discharged battery.
72
73
Recommended Charging
Procedures
DETERMINING STATE-OF-CHARGE
The simplest method to determine the state-of-charge of a
battery is to read the battery “rested” open-circuit voltage
(OCV) with a digital voltmeter. Consider these facts:
–Rested OCV indicates an undisturbed battery with no
charging or discharging for at least eight hours or more.
–The use of a hydrometer to read the cell-specific gravities
is encouraged since this complementary value will aid in
battery diagnostics.
–At activation (first dry-charged battery acid fill), the OCV is
fairly close to the true rested OCV, and no wait is necessary
to determine true state-of-charge.
BATTERY-CHARGING THEORY
The best way to understand how a charger works is to make the
analogy of two tanks connected at the bottom by a pipe. The
tank filled with water represents the charger, while the empty
tank represents the battery. As the full tank discharges into
the empty tank, its level rises (voltage), while the water flow
through the pipe into the empty tank decreases (amperage).
The amount of charging amperes (A) multiplied by time (hours)
will provide the battery capacity in ampere-hours of charge.
During charging, the battery will self-regulate the charge
flow according to the charger output voltage, which is just
as important as the amperage that is forced into the battery.
The voltage must be controlled and used according to the
operator’s needs to avoid battery damage.
The appropriate state-of-charge and approximate time to
complete full charging at 80°F can be determined from the
following table.
Average CellSpecific Gravity
OCV*
12.60 (or higher) 1.265 (or higher)
12.40–12.60
1.22
Approximate
Approximate
Charging
SOC**
Hours†
100%
3 (or less)
75%
4–6
12.20–12.40
1.16
50%
12
12.00–12.20
1.1
25%
22
11.70–12.00
1.04
0%
24
*Rested 8 hours or more OCV (use 1⁄2 OCV for 6-volt batteries).
**Based on the 20-hour (ampere hour) capacity.
†
Based on “low-voltage” charger setting (13.5- to 14-volt charger output).
16.5V
TYPICAL “HIGH-CHARGE”
CHARGER VOLTAGE SETTING
(Used for START or short
BOOSTING only)
15.0V
(TYPICAL 14V
ALTERNATOR
VOLTAGE)
13.5V
TYPICAL “MEDIUM-CHARGE”
CHARGER VOLTAGE SETTING
(Used for NORMAL charging)
TYPICAL “FLOAT/TRICKLE-CHARGE”
CHARGER VOLTAGE SETTING
(Used for unattended trickle charging)
13.0V
12.8V
The various voltage levels for batteries and a variety of
chargers are described in the chart at right.
HOW THE CHARGING CURRENT WILL BEHAVE
DURING RECHARGE
The current (amperes) flowing into the battery will be dictated
by the battery’s state-of-charge, temperature, and charging
voltage (kept fairly constant by the charger).
The current profile will almost invariably follow the pattern
shown at right, according to the state-of-charge of the
battery.
12.6V
100% SOC
12.4V
75% SOC
12.2V
50% SOC
12.0V
25% SOC
11.7V
0% SOC
TYPICAL FULLY CHARGED BATTERY
OPEN-CIRCUIT VOLTAGE (OCV)
TYPICAL DISCHARGED BATTERY
OPEN-CIRCUIT VOLTAGE (OCV)
Normally Discharged
Battery, OCV~12V
Charged
Battery
OCV~12.7V
AMPS
CHARGE
BATTERY-CHARGING SCENARIOS
Boost-charging a recently discharged battery
A battery discharged in the past three days can be easily
charged since the materials will respond to charging by readily
converting to their original chemical state. The table on
the previous page may be used as a guideline with medium
settings. High/start-voltage or boost-voltage settings will
accelerate charging, requiring close supervision to ensure
that batteries are not overheating or gassing excessively.
High/start and boost settings must be done in two-hour
intervals until voltage rises to specifications.
Boost-charging a rundown (flat) battery
Batteries with little or no voltage have little chance for
recuperation, especially if they have remained in this state
for a long period of time.
To charge a battery in this condition, the operator must use
the lowest setting on the charger (low/trickle/float) and allow
the battery to charge over a 24-hour period.
If the battery resists charge, a high-boost charge may be
attempted for 30 to 60 minutes until the battery begins to
accept charge. After this limited time period, the setting
must be switched to low to avoid excessive overheating. The
operator must make sure the battery is still accepting charge
by watching the needle move above the zero mark. Once
charging is completed, the battery must be tested to
determine its condition.
Best-fit estimate — Some equipment manufac­turers do not
provide complete replacement battery information. Estimates
are provided for replacement battery size to give some guidance
to the Battery Replacement Data Book user. However, use
caution — the size stated is only an estimate. You should
always try to obtain the specific battery replacement size
information from the equipment manufacturer.
More valuable information — The BCI Data Book also
includes explanations on battery terminal types, terminal
placement, use of booster cables, safety precautions, a BCI/
DIN/EN reference chart, cell layouts, and more. Use the BCI
Data Book to your advantage — it’s a great reference tool!
Also, information on the Battery Council International
organization can be found at http://www.batterycouncil.org.
California Proposition 65 — The posters shown below have
been posted in John Deere California dealerships according to
California’s Proposition 65 requirements. Noncompliance with
California Proposition 65 could cause dealerships to be liable
and lose protection from such claims under the terms of a
battery manufacturer’s settlement.
Use the Battery Replacement Data Book as a complete
source for finding the right battery quickly.
The Battery Council International Battery
Replacement Data Book makes it easy
to find the correct BCI group (size) for
a specific application. The book is an
invaluable resource packed with useful
information, and it is easy to use:
–Define the manufacturer, model,
and year of the vehicle or machine.
–Identify the BCI group and OE (Original
Equipment) cold cranking amps.
–Turn to the book’s battery data
section. Then, cross-reference
the John Deere part number to
the BCI group identified.
TIME (HOURS)
Deeply Discharged Battery, OCV~Less than 8V
74
75
Merchandising Racks
SW90RACK
SWDISPLAY12 (U.S. Only)
SWCDISPLAY12 (Canada Only)
SWDISPLAY18
SWDISPLAY36
–– Displays up to 18 batteries
–– Displays up to 36 batteries
–– Utilizes 13 sq. ft. of floor space
–– Displays up to 12 batteries
–– Utilizes 6 sq. ft. of floor space
–– Utilizes 6 sq. ft. of floor space
–– Black, powder-coated, semi-gloss finish
–– Comes with 12 preselected Truck/SUV batteries
–– Black, powder-coated, gloss finish
–– Black, powder-coated, semi-gloss finish
–– Pre-assembled tubular steel construction
–– Utilizes 4 sq. ft. of floor space
–– Tubular steel construction
–– Black, tempered hardboard shelves
–– Designed so it can be moved with forklift or pallet jack
–– Marketing signage and price cards included for
Truck/SUV and AGM batteries only
–– E-Z Snap design allows for quick assembly and requires
no tools or hardware
–– Header frame and bracket
–– Marketing signage and price cards included
–– Header frame and bracket
–– Batteries not included
–– Batteries not included
–– StrongBox/Performance sign
–– Displays up to 90 batteries
–– Header frame and bracket
–– StrongBox/Performance sign
–– Batteries not included
Weight
Width
Height
Height (w/header)
Depth
76
410 lb.
52 in.
73 in.
84 in.
36 in.
Weight
Width
Height
Height (w/header)
Depth
100 lb.
24 in.
52 in.
60 in.
24 in.
Weight
Width
Height
Height (w/header)
Depth
23 lb.
34 in.
32 in.
53 in.
15 in.
Weight
Width
Height
Height (w/header)
Depth
85 lb.
34.5 in.
48 in.
66 in.
23 in.
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Battery Chargers
No matter how low the mercury dips, or if you accidentally drain a battery, you’ll be up
and running in no time. Nothing delivers peace of mind like a quality battery charger.
MANUAL BATTERY CHARGER
WITH ENGINE START AND TIMER
AUTOMATIC BATTERY CHARGER
WITH ENGINE START
BATTERY CHARGER/ENGINE STARTER
WITH VOLTMETER AND TIMER
TY25863
TY25865
TY25862
–– For commercial and farm use —
charges in 1 to 3 hours
–– Charges auto, truck, boat, RV, and
farm equipment batteries
–– 200-amp 12-volt engine start for
emergency startups
–– 50-amp engine start, 10-amp rapid
charge, and 2-amp slow charge for
6- and 12-volt batteries
–– 30-amp rapid charge for 6- and 12-volt
batteries, and 10-amp fast charge for
12-volt batteries
–– Reverse hookup protection helps
prevent battery and charger damage
–– 300-amp clamps can be used for topor side-mount battery posts
–– 21⁄4-hour timer for timed charges
–– 6 -gauge booster cables and steel
handle
–– One-year John Deere warranty
–– Reverse hookup protection helps
prevent battery and charger damage
–– Battery charger control switches with
two-way Battery Type selector and
three-way Charge Rate selector
–– LED lights indicate when the battery
is fully charged and monitors the
power status
–– Color-coded, impact-resistant meter
allows user to easily read the charging
status
–– Super-grip, 50-amp clamps for topand side-mounted battery posts
–– 6-foot power cord and output cables
provide up to 12 feet of reach for
easier maneuverability
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–– Automatic operation shuts the charger
off when the battery is fully charged
and resumes charging when battery
discharges
–– Heavy-gauge steel case with bakedenamel finish for maximum strength
and durability
–– Solid-state circuitry provides optimum
performance
–– Heavy-duty, energy-efficient transformer
for long, dependable service
–– 10-amp fast charge recharges 12-volt
batteries 66% faster than a 6-amp
charge; ideal for car, truck, boat, RV, farm
equipment, and deep-cycle batteries
–– 2-amp slow charge keeps stored lead-acid
batteries charged and recharges smaller
batteries; ideal for motorcycle, ATV,
snowmobile, and lawn tractor batteries
–– One-year John Deere warranty
–– Charges auto, truck, boat, RV, and farm
equipment batteries in 1 to 3 hours
–– 250-amp start for 12-volt batteries and
125-amp start for 6-volt batteries
–– 50-amp rapid charge for 6- and 12-volt
batteries, and 10-amp fast charge for
12-volt batteries
–– 6 -gauge booster cables and 9-foot AC
electrical cord
–– Heavy-duty design for professional or
home use with 16-gauge cabinet floor
–– Fan-cooled with oversized recessed meter
–– L arge rubber-coated switches
–– L arge 7-inch by 1.75-inch rubber wheels
–– Stud-mounted diodes for durability and
longer life
–– Built-in volt and amp meters
–– 21⁄4-hour timer for timed charges
–– One-year John Deere warranty
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Battery Chargers
continued
SPEED-SMART™ BATTERY CHARGER WITH
ENGINE START
TY26254
–– Microprocessor controlled, fully automatic, multi-stage
charging process with float-mode monitoring for 6- and
12-volt batteries
AUTOMATIC 1.5-AMP BATTERY
CHARGER/MAINTAINER
3-AMP BATTERY CHARGER/
MAINTAINER
–– Float-mode monitoring — keeps battery at optimum charge
level by providing just enough power to keep the battery
maintained at the proper voltage; starts automatically
after charging in all charge rates
TY26328
TY27265
–– 120-amp engine start — for quick starting
–– Will safely charge AGM batteries
–– Will safely charge AGM batteries
–– Fully automatic
–– “Onboard” feature allows mounting
next to the battery
–– Ideal for maintaining battery charge
condition during periods of seasonal
storage, enabling a fully-charged
battery at the beginning of the next
use season
–– Automatically maintains optimum
battery charge
–– Charges 12-volt batteries and
maintains full charge using floatmode monitoring
–– Great for connecting hard-to-reach
batteries
–– Fully automatic charging and shut
down when charging is complete
–– Molded plastic case with shorted
leads for safety
–– One-year John Deere warranty
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–– Microprocessor controlled with
multi-stage charging for added
precision, safety, and battery life
–– Scrolling digital messaging display
gives you step-by-step instructions
to properly charge your battery
–– Automatically detects 6- or 12-volt
batteries
–– Quick-connect harness enables
attaching either connector into
place in seconds
–– Reverse hookup protection helps
prevent battery and charger damage
–– Hook attachment allows the unit to
hang outside the work area for safety
and convenience
–– 2-amp slow charge — for charging small batteries
and warming large ones; charges motorcycle, ATV,
snowmobile, and lawn tractor batteries
–– 15–40-amp fast charge — for car, truck, marine,
RV, farm equipment, AGM, gel cell, and deep-cycle
batteries
–– Battery and alternator tester — helps diagnose electrical
system problems and battery state
–– All-steel clamps — for top- and side-mount battery posts
–– Reverse hookup protection — charger will not operate if
clamps are reversed on battery terminals
–– UL approved
–– Will safely charge AGM batteries
–– One-year John Deere warranty
–– One-year John Deere warranty
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Battery Chargers
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PREMIUM CHARGER/STARTER
TY26878
–– Fully automatic or manual
–– Multifunctional:
–– 70-amp rapid charge
–– 4 0-amp and 20-amp fast charge
–– 4 -amp slow charge
–– 300-amp engine start
–– Microprocessor controlled
FULLY AUTOMATIC 1.5-AMP
BATTERY CHARGER/MAINTAINER
–– High performance for 12-volt battery systems
–– 21⁄4-hour timer for timed charges
TY25866
–– Oversized heavy-duty selector switches
–– L arge face with clear-view amp and volt meters
–– Tubular handle with rubber grip and unique
non-conductive clamp rest
–– 600-amp heavy-duty chrome-plated steel clamps
–– 6 -foot heavy-duty commercial gauge weldinggrade cables
–– E xtra-long 9-foot AC line cord
–– High volume cooling fan for efficient cooling
and longer-duty cycles
–– Durable heavy-duty steel cabinet with widetrack wheels
TY26877
–– Four completely independent, fully
automatic, microprocessor-controlled
charging banks
–– Charge four batteries at the same
time with 6-amp output per bank
–– Four detachable 6-foot cables with
75-amp color-coded clamps
–– UL approved
–– Separate LED battery status
indicators for each bank
–– Will safely charge AGM batteries
–– Multistage charging algorithm
–– One-year John Deere warranty
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4-BANK INDUSTRIAL MULTIBATTERY CHARGER
–– S afe-start, reverse polarity, and short
circuit protection — the charger will
not apply current to the battery clamps
until they are properly connected
–– O vercharge protection
–– Fan-cooled for dependability and
peak performance
–– Safely maintain charge on RV, deepcycle, and most batteries requiring
long storage periods
–– Automatically detects if the battery
is a 6- or 12-volt
–– Powers on to charge batteries and
powers off when fully charged
–– Heavy-duty, mountable steel case for
durability
–– 1.5-amp trickle charges small
batteries in 2 to 12 hours and
maintains large battery charges
–– Charges 6- and 12-volt lead-acid
batteries
–– Hookup protection guards battery
and charger from damage
–– UL approved
–– Microprocessor controlled
–– Will safely charge AGM batteries
–– Will safely charge AGM batteries
–– One-year John Deere warranty
–– One-year John Deere warranty
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Battery Jump Starters
BATTERY JUMP STARTERS WITH DC POWER SOURCE
SWDSR109
SWDSR104
–– 800A Ultracapacitor
–– 12-volt: 1050 CA | 780 CCA
10,000 Peak amps
–– 12-volt: 900 CA | 690 CCA
6,400 Peak amps
–– 24-volt: 850 CA | 530 CCA
5,000 Peak amps
–– 24-volt: 650 CA 420 CCA
3,200 Peak amps
–– 100% maintenance free
–– Durable roto-mold casing — the
strongest resin in the industry
–– Durable roto-mold casing — the
strongest resin in the industry
–– Microprocessor controlled
–– Wheels for portability
–– Built-in voltmeter
–– Extra-long, high-strand, doubleinsulation cable
–– Long, high-strand, doubleinsulation cable
–– Heavy-duty clamps
–– 2-amp external 120-volt AC automatic
charger, with 12V-volt DC plug
–– For 12V systems only
–– For gasoline and diesel engines
–– No battery inside
SWPSJ4424
SWPSJ1812
–– 10,000 cycle/10-year lifespan
–– 12- and 24-volt jump-start capability
with 4,400 peak amps
–– Ideal for cars, trucks, boats, RVs,
lawn and garden equipment, and
farm equipment
–– Built-in voltmeter
–– Contains two 22 Ah professionalgrade high-output AGM batteries
–– 2-gauge copper 55-inch cables with
heavy-duty clamps and replaceable
copper jaws for added convenience
–– 3-amp built-in automatic charger
provides higher amps for faster
charge to internal batteries
–– 12-volt DC power outlet for lights and
other accessories
–– No-spill design allows storage in any
position
–– Two-function digital display indicates
voltage and vehicle’s battery charge
–– High-impact PVC rubber base and
rugged build for long wear life
–– One-year supplier warranty
–– 18Ah professional-grade AGM battery
delivers 1,800 peak amps and 280
crank-assist amps
–– Override Mode to start engine
without any battery mounted
SWDSR103
–– 8-amp external 120-volt AC
automatic charger
–– Short circuit and reverse polarity
protection
–– 8-amp external 120-volt AC automatic
charger
Three ways to use:
–– Reverse polarity alarm
–– Built-in automatic charger with
battery-charging status LED
–– Connect clamps to vehicle battery
–– Voltage detection
–– 5 foot flexible double-insulation cable
–– Heavy-duty clamps
–– 12-volt DC power outlet/charge port
–– Built-in voltmeter
–– Provides DC power for small electric
tools, spotlights, cell phones, radios,
and more
–– One-year supplier warranty
–– Durable roto-mold casing — the
strongest resin in the industry
–– Built-in voltmeter
–– Auxiliary connector for alternate
cables
–– 400-amp heavy-duty cable clamps
with replaceable copper jaws and
28-inch cables
–– 12-volt: 560 CA | 345 CCA
–– Heavy-duty clamps
–– Glow Mode for cold start of diesel
engine
–– E xtra-wide base for maximum safety
and stability
SWDSR101
–– Reverse polarity alarm
–– Voltage detection
–– Connect to vehicle’s 12-volt DC port
–– Connect to a power bank via microUSB port (cable not included)
12V
24V
–– Recharge time from battery:
150 seconds
Power in HP*
SWDSR101
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–– Recharge time from 12-volt socket:
400 seconds
SWDSR103
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–– Recharge time from USB:
40–60 minutes
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150
175
250
*Recommendations based on diesel engines (petrol
engines are easier to start).
300
350
500
100
250
500
1000
1500
Legend
• Normal Use
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Intensive Use
CAUTION:
The circumstances/conditions when starting a vehicle
depend on various parameters: vehicle's condition, engine
type (petrol or diesel) and power, presence of battery in
vehicle or not, temperature, and frequency of use.
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Red Fuel Consumer Electronics
SWRFDISPLAY
ed Fuel Consumer Electronics
R
countertop display
–– Five SWSL11 micro-USB cable,
lightning connector, and USB/AC
charger
–– Five SWSL42 fuel pack, and backup
power for charging all portable
electronics
–– Five SWRF7046 dual 2.4 USB charger/
adapter
F or reuse of the counter display, order
individual part numbers for restock.
Price labels are to be added in the
open gray box area of kit.
SWSL11
SWSL42
SWRF7046
icro-USB cable, lightning connector,
M
and USB/AC charger
F uel pack and backup power for
charging all portable electronics
Dual 2.4 USB Charger/Adapter
–– 40% faster than 5-watt charging
–– 4200mAh Lithium Ion Battery
–– 2.4-amp/12.5-watt USB/AC charger
–– 2-amp and one-amp Dual USB ports
–– 1.2-m (4 ft.) premium-braided cable
–– Ultra-compact scratch-resistant case
–– Energy efficient
–– Embedded cables
–– Compatible with most tablets and
smartphones with a micro-USB or
lightning port
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–– 2.4-amp/12.5-watt in each port
–– Ultra-compact sleek USB car charger
–– Overload and short circuit protection
–– B
uilt-in internal fuse (no need to
replace)
–– LED indicator
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Battery Accessories
Booster Cables and Clamps
Keep a set of John Deere booster cables in your car, pickup,
garage, or shop. Available in 16- or 20-foot lengths, these
heavy-duty 500-amp cables come in 2- and 4-gauge wire.
They feature parrot-jaw clamps for secure connections.
Your one-stop shop for battery accessories.
The wide selection of John Deere battery accessories includes terminals, terminal
brushes, bolts, corrosion preventative, and terminal cleaner — everything you need.
We also offer battery and booster cables in a variety of popular sizes. And if we don’t
have the size of cables you need, we’ll custom-make them while you wait. See us for
competitively priced, SAE-approved battery accessories for all applications, be it
agricultural, lawn and garden, automotive, truck, and more. John Deere is your
one-stop battery and accessories shop.
TY26217 — Professional Service 20-foot
–1
00%-copper 2-gauge cables
– T hermoplastic rubber cable insulation
protects against oil, grease, and abrasion
– C olor-coded, tangle-free, dual-cable
construction designed for maximum
flexibility and ease in handling
–6
00-amp parrot-style clamps
Description
Part Number
Description
Part Number
Top post terminal 1/CS
TY25910
L&G battery cable, 6ga
49-in. SS
TY25920
Switch to starter cable,
4ga 24-in.
TY25907
Switch to starter cable,
4ga 40-in.
TY25906
– T ough PVC insulation remains flexible
at extreme temperatures
Switch to starter cable,
2ga 49-in.
TY25896
– C olor-coded cable and clamp for easy
polarity identification
Top post battery cable,
4ga 15-in.
TY25923
Top post terminal coated 2/CS TY25929
Fleet terminal 1/CS
TY25914
Marine terminal, epoxy coated TY25892
2/CD
–M
anufactured in U.S.A.
TY27301 — Professional Service 20-foot
– C opper-clad 2-gauge cables
OEM terminal with wing nut
TY25928
Terminal protector, top 2/CD
TY25913
L&G bolts 2/CD
TY25899
Marine terminal 1/CS
TY25912
Top post battery terminal
10/CD
TY25915
Top post battery cable,
4ga 25-in.
TY25924
–M
anufactured in U.S.A.
Side terminal 1/CS
TY25911
TY25925
Nut and bolt bulk packaged
2/CD
TY25908
Top post battery cable,
4ga 32-in.
TY26215 — Commercial Service 16-foot
TY26216 — Commercial Service 20-foot
TY25894
–1
00%-copper 4-gauge cables
Side terminal 8/CD
TY25898
Top post battery cable,
2ga 38-in.
OEM bolt 2/CS
TY25909
TY25895
– T ough vinyl insulation, color-coded,
tangle-free, dual-cable construction
OEM long-side terminal bolt
TY25926
2ga 43-in. red with auxiliary
lead
Bounding strap, 4ga 14-in.
TY25931
Ground strap, 4ga 14-in.
TY25930
Commercial top post terminal TY25916
10/CD
–6
00-amp parrot-style clamps
–6
00-amp parrot-style clamps
–M
anufactured in U.S.A.
Gr 31 charging posts 2/CD
TY25918
Cleaning and cutting tool
TY25921
Gr 31 closed stainless steel
nut 2/CD
TY25917
Steel terminal brush
TY25905
50-amp clamp 2/CD
TY25897
Marine terminal 10/CD
TY25893
Terminal boots 2/CD
TY25922
10-in. J bolt 2/CD
TY25902
Cable kit
TY25890
12-in. J bolt 2/CD
TY25903
Trailer wire 16/4 25-ft.
TY25927
–6
00-amp parrot-style clamps
Mini booster cable
TY25891
TY25932*
–M
anufactured in U.S.A.
Sure-grip battery carrier
TY25900
Battery accessory kit, 2 each,
with pegboard planogram
500P clamps 2/CD
TY25935
TY25933*
Hydrometer
TY25901
Battery accessory kit, 2 each,
with rack and planogram
Freestanding rack with
planogram
TY25934*
Swift-hold battery hold-down TY25904
L&G battery cable,
6ga 19-in. SS
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Always be prepared
for the unexpected.
TY25919
TY27302 — Commercial Service 20-foot
– C opper-clad 4-gauge cables
– T ough PVC insulation remains flexible
at extreme temperatures
*For dealer purchase.
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