Time for a replacement Honda ATV battery? Here are a few things you'll need to know. At the very least, your Honda ATV model and year. Having the VIN or serial number is a good idea in case of mid-year changes.
You can always get the number directly off the battery if you're not sure about the model or year of your four wheeler. I always like to measure the battery to be sure the replacement unit will fit without problems. Also check to see which side the positive and negative posts are on.
You'll have a choice between old school water filled batteries and the new sealed, maintenance free style for most ATVs. We like the sealed style for the maintenance free part, and if your ATV happens to tip over, battery acid won't spill all over the place.
When it comes to the best ATV battery values, we think the brand names like Yuasa are actually the better deal. We've tried some of the cheaper Chinese ATV batteries, and they never seem to last as long as the better quality ones. The best prices we've found have been on Ebay Motors.
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A "smart" ATV battery charger like the Battery Tender brand will help extend the life of your new battery. Anytime a battery sits long enough to discharge to the point it won't start your 4 wheeler, it's life has been shortened.
The smart chargers provide an on demand trickle charge so the battery stays near full capacity all the time. They really are one of the best investments you can make. They usually pay for themselves on the first battery.
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