From: Tony Cooper <>
Subject: Re: Ripe Apples
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Subject: Re: Ripe Apples
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2017 18:29:23 -0500
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On Thu, 9 Nov 2017 15:59:40 -0500, Alan Browne<> wrote:

>No, it's a horrible decision.  Batteries here rarely last 5 years due to 
>the harsh winters.  Having to remove a wheel to even examine a battery 
>for its condition is absolute stupidity.  I see why you admire it.

It's not just cold.  The heat in Florida usually requires battery
replacement in about three years.  I've never owned a vehicle where
replacing the battery was much of a problem, though.  In the last few
decades, I've owned Cadillacs, Volvos, Chevrolets, Toyotas, and a

Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida