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Too Soon, Junior!
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My battery's negative terminal has corroded so many times I don't want to bother with cleaning and lubricating it anymore. What's a relatively inexpensive battery that you guys would recommend? No extreme cold in Miami so not too concerned with cold cranking power.

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im running a duralast gold and i can be blasting the stereo with the car off while hanging out with my friends and it never hesitates to fire up after almost two hours.... also it has a good warranty you can get it at autozone i was going to get the optima yellow top but it was just to expensive so got this on and im happy with it i think it was like 80-90 some thing like that and the optima was more than double that
 

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Too Soon, Junior!
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Just put an AutoCraft Titanium into the car, cranks like a champ now and no more corrosion hopefully lol

Old battery had a crack on the negative terminal, started pouring acid when I tipped it over. Should have replaced it a long time ago.
 

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Too Soon, Junior!
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haha well I already got the battery and it did come from advance, but here's the list of best batteries, and the AC Titanium is #3, which is good enough for me.

1. Interstate
2. Optima Yellow Top
3. AutoCraft Titanium
4. Exide Marathon
5. DieHard Security
6. Duralast Gold
7. EverStart
8. Motorcraft
9. Kirkland Signature
10. TrueStart
 

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Optima RT.
 
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