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Tips and Tricks | Preventative Maintenance

Posted on July 25, 2011
It is amazing the percentage of re-orders we receive. People call and tell me of how well the products they bought from us work! You shouldn't expect any less. Of course some things are easier to measure than others. In dealing with mechanical devices, only so much can be done. We prefer to sell maintenance products as opposed to fix-it products. Remember, it is always easier and cheaper to maintain than to repair. read more...

News Update | Ready for Google Plus

Posted on July 19, 2011
Have you heard about the Google Plus movement? It might be the start of something big. We're ready to ride that wave, how about you?

If you have a Google Account, then you are already set. On any page, you can now click the "+1" button on any page or Google Search result that you find worth sharing. All of your friends will be able to see what you think is worth viewing. Plus, you get to see what your friends think is cool, too. In case you're wondering, our Google "+1" button is located at the bottom of the left sidebar. read more...

Personal Testimony | BatteryStuff for the Non-Powersports Rider

Posted on July 15, 2011
Here at BatteryStuff, the thing we sell the most is...well, you guessed it. Batteries. While it's true that we're a leading provider in motorcycle, ATV, scooter, and watercraft batteries, that doesn't mean that there isn't something for you, too. If you're like me, you may not have a motorcycle or any other powersport vehicle. I have an automobile, and that's pretty much it. While BatteryStuff may not specialize in car batteries (at least, not yet), I have found something to be very useful for my car. read more...

Tips and Tricks | Stay Cool in the Hot Summer Sun

Posted on July 6, 2011
Is it just me, or is it hot outside? Remember, motorcycle and ATV batteries can be damaged by extreme heat. If you can, keep your vehicles and batteries in the cool of the shade or indoors whenever possible. If you have a wet-cel or traditional flooded battery, please remember to check the fluid levels regularly. If they're low, just top them off with distilled water. Do not use tap water as this contains debris and elements that will ruin the chemistry of the electroylte. Be safe. Ride well. And remember to have a great summer! read more...

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