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    Or drain it by leaving something on but tell him you didn't when you get him to jump start it. Repeat until he buys a new battery.
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    Again

    One thing I forgot to add was that the battery is out of the car, and the body is off of the car, nothing is hooked up, just need a nonchalant way of making it so the battery can't hold a charge so when he goes to test it it wont hold and he'll let me get that optima of my dreams... hahah Thnaks guys.
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    get a 4 foot ide cable and strangle it!!!!!!!!! haha

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    Spray clearcoat on battery terminals
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yuriy
    Spray clearcoat on battery terminals

    wtf is that gonna do lol shine up ur terminals?

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    put it directly on a concrete floor

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    Quote Originally Posted by giddonah
    put it directly on a concrete floor
    wtf is that supposed to do too hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdjxklusivex
    wtf is that supposed to do too hahaha
    His dads gonna run it over

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdjxklusivex
    wtf is that supposed to do too hahaha
    I used to be in used car parts business and I lost a lot of batteries because my employees left them on bare concrete! Concrete somehow helps discharge the battery (don't ask me how but it does!) and kill it. However, it will take some time.
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    Concrete Floor / Clearcoat

    Its been sittin on a concrete floor since late january so that one certainly hasn't worked. And before I even attempt to spray clearcoat on it someone is gonna have to explain what the hell that would do.. .hahahah do have a can of clearcoat sittin around though. As to pops runnin it over, yeah his car probably wouldn't clear the battery.
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