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Correct batteries for a 190

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    Posted: 23 May 2012 at 11:46am
Can someone tell me what the correct size batteries are for a 190xt. My battery box currently has 2 car batteries with a bunch of wooden shims holding them tight. Thanks
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That works and the car batteries can be bought with 5 or 6 year warranty where tractor battery has at most 2 year and will cost more. 
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I believe they are supposed to have 2 , 900 cca hooked on parelel
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i put two 1200cca in mine

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Should be group 31.
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I use group 27
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27 is standard and 31 were the heavy duty option if I remember right. I use 27. Either will work.
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Thanks guys. I know that the car batteries will work too, I'm just kind of anal I guess. Just don't really like wooden shims and bungee cords holding my batteries down. Especially when the original hold down is there and in good shape.
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