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before the crash there was a thread about batteries where everyone expressed their opinions on certain batteries. well i need a new battery and im trying to see what you guys have to say about different batteries.

Autozone has Duralast Gold (800 CCA) $89.99
Advance Auto has Autocraft Titanium (800 CCA) $89.99
O'Reilly has Super Start Extreme (800 CCA) $94.99

i havent been to wal-mart or sears yet. does anyone know which batteries they sell? any opinons on ANY batteries would be a help!!!
 

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before the crash there was a thread about batteries where everyone expressed their opinions on certain batteries. well i need a new battery and im trying to see what you guys have to say about different batteries.

Autozone has Duralast Gold (800 CCA) $89.99
Advance Auto has Autocraft Titanium (800 CCA) $89.99
O'Reilly has Super Start Extreme (800 CCA) $94.99

i havent been to wal-mart or sears yet. does anyone know which batteries they sell? any opinons on ANY batteries would be a help!!!
I have had good luck with Costco (Kirkland) batteries over the years. 800 CCA, great warranty - 36 months free replacement , prorated to 100 months. Not sure on price but less than what you list. There are only 2 or 3 major battery companies who make for most every seller.
 

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I bought a costco batt last month for the ss, $64 out the door.
I went with the 700 cca because its smaller and I finally have a denso starter.
 

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With 8 vehicles, I buy batteries! I've had good luck w/ Costco. And better luck w/ Walmart.

My Excursion uses 2 batteries. In 145000 miles, I've replaced the originals, twice w/ Walmart's best. The bonus w/ W Mart. if you travel(we do, around the USA 3 x) WM is by FAR, the easiest to find for warranty on tires and batteries! There EVERYWHERE, right off the highway.
 

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"Most auto batteries are made by just three manufacturers, Delphi, Exide, and Johnson Controls Industries. Each makes batteries sold under several different brand names. Delphi makes ACDelco and some EverStart (Wal-Mart) models. Exide makes Champion, Exide, Napa, and some EverStart batteries. Johnson Controls makes Diehard (Sears), Duralast (AutoZone), Interstate, Kirkland (Costco), Motorcraft (Ford), and some EverStarts."

http://autos.msn.com/advice/CRArt.aspx?contentid=4023696
 

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thanks fellas. there are not many costco's (if any) in the south. or at least around where i live. i think im going to go with the Duralast Gold from autozone.
 
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