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need to know specifics
 

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Best way to go about it is;
First of all, open a window in your house that faces the street. Next, take the streetcharger in your hand, aim, and sling it in your best effort out into the street. Watch and wait for cars to come along.
 

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it installs like an amp power ground and a remote wire.....than a pos and neg for the charge
 

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Originally posted by dreday@Sep 17 2005, 08:12 AM~3832782
Best way to go about it is;
First of all, open a window in your house that faces the street. Next, take the streetcharger in your hand, aim, and sling it in your best effort out into the street. Watch and wait for cars to come along.
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Street Chargers are Okay, but not the best thing, it is just easier to charge them at night.
 

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how much am i lookin to spend on a multi batt charger?
where is the best spot to get one?
which brand is the best?
 

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I got mine at Pro Hopper, forgot what it cost, but it can charge up to 9 batteries, and it usually takes over night to get it done, but it is not a problem. The Problem with the street charger is that you are trying to charge a large group of batteries, with a small device that only produces a small trickle charge.
 

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Originally posted by J P@Sep 18 2005, 06:20 PM~3839023
how much am i lookin to spend on a multi batt charger?
where is the best spot to get one?
which brand is the best?
Hated to shot you down like that homeboy.
The best multi-charger is the Schmacher SE-1072, period. The average price is $150.
 
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