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    Post FS: 12 Volt Ignition Backup Batteries

    I have two Ni-Cad batteries that I was going to use for surviving cranks but I didn't need to.
    They are 5.1ah 12volt Ni-Cd.

    $9 shipped each $16 for both anywhere in the US via USPS Priority with Tracking.
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    PM me if you are interested.
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    how would you recharge these? with a standard battery charger for a car?

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    You can hook it up somehow in the car to charge, but I used my RC Plane charger to charge them.
    You will need some special charging circuit to charge them in the car if you want them to be recharged each time the car is on.

    Here is the link to the original seller of the batts:
    FS on Ebay 12VDC 5.1Ah Ignition Backup Battery

    Here is a post on wiring a similiar setup:
    Battery based tank circuit (tested)
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    i am interested. let me find a charger for em and ill let you know.

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    i cannot find an economical solution for a charger. sorry. was not intended for my car, so maybe someone else had a use for em.

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