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Old 02-13-2020, 07:26 PM   #1
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Default Un-install flow rite battery filler question

I am swapping out some dead onward batteries and have to turn the dead pd+ for the core charge. It has the flow rite battery filler system on them. If I take them off...how can I cap the batteries so they don’t spill? I need to take them off tonight. I bought it like this so I don’t have any caps that may have come off them. Can I just put some tape over them, or are they a universal fit and - auto store might have some?

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Old 02-13-2020, 07:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: Un-install flow rite battery filler question

If you are replacing all 6, let the flow Rite go with them.
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If you are replacing all 6, let the flow Rite go with them.
Thought about that. Iíd just have to take it off and on a few time to move it. May try some wine corks and see if they happen to fit lol
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Default Re: Un-install flow rite battery filler question

Take them to the battery shop then remove the flow rite if you want to keep it. The battery shop will have some spare caps if they want to cap them but if they are just dismantling them anyway they might not even bother.

Personally, I had a single point watering system on my cart when I bought it and I replaced it with caps because I didn't like it. It was too easy to overfill the cells and I prefer to see what I'm putting in.
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Take them to the battery shop then remove the flow rite if you want to keep it. The battery shop will have some spare caps if they want to cap them but if they are just dismantling them anyway they might not even bother.

Personally, I had a single point watering system on my cart when I bought it and I replaced it with caps because I didn't like it. It was too easy to overfill the cells and I prefer to see what I'm putting in.
One of my employees is brining them as he is doing pickups and deliveries so it wasnít that easy. I just snipped the lines and pulled them out. Buddy just got a cart with the same system without the bulb pump section so Iíll give that to him. New batteries wonít take that system and idk if ill go back with one.

Wine corks will not fit lol.
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