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Battery Buying Guide

Choosing the Right Snowmobile Battery

With a selection designed to meet or beat original equipment specifications for cold cranking amps (CCA), reserve capacity (RC) and amp hour (Ah), you'll find the snow machine battery you need. When searching for replacement snowmobile batteries, the best fit depends on the model you own and your riding habits. Whether your sled is a Arctic Cat, Polaris, Ski-Doo or another big name, the experts at Batteries Plus will test and replace your battery, and have you back on the trails.

Tips to Remember

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Lithium batteries, while sometimes a great option, do not perform at their best in freezing cold temperatures. If you ride when it's below 20°F, it may be best to choose another type of battery. If you DO opt for a lithium snowmobile battery, you'll want to allow for some warm-up time for the battery to achieve operating temperature.

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Powersport batteries work best when the charge is maintained.

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Do not store the battery in a discharged state.

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During the warmer season when your snowmobile is in storage, the battery will slowly lose its charge. A battery charger or battery tender maintains the battery's charge so it's ready to go when you need it.

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