Posted by MoparNorm on Saturday, August 12, 2006 at 11:53PM :
In Reply to: Thanks for the info Norm posted by dave horvath on Saturday, August 12, 2006 at 10:29PM :
Good service is 95% of the game. If you feel treated right there and the prices are fair, then by all means stick with it.
Sadly things like good service are transient as managers or personnel change. Every since I discovered that "batteries is batteries" I've always bought the highest cranking amps battery for the cheapest price. The lone exception was the Mercedes spec'd batteries which used silver instead of nickle in their plates and then later when the Optima came out with the "dry cell" or gel batteries. The Optima retails for approx $109 at Costco, so if the Die Hard with 100% replacement is substaintially less than that I's stay with what you have...unless you need a battery that will work in any position and still operates with a couple of AK47 rounds in it...ha!ha! Optima was the specified battery for the US Military.
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