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Odyssey Batteries 65-760 Performance Series Battery
Odyssey Batteries 65-760 Performance Series Battery

Odyssey Batteries 65-760 Performance Series Battery

Universal Fit, Dry Cell Battery Type, 11.86" Overall Length, 7.19" Overall Width

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MFG. Part #:
65-760
Battery Type:
Dry Cell
Overall Length:
11.86"
Overall Width:
7.19"
Mounted Height:
7.38"
Battery Terminals:
Top
Cranking Amps (0 deg. F):
762
Battery Reserve Capacity:
129 Minutes
Cranking Amps (32 deg. F):
891
Weight:
49.8 lbs.
Voltage:
12 volts
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Designed to handle the increased use of onboard accessories in today's vehicles, ODYSSEY Performance Series batteries combine long service life, high reliability and deep cycle capabilities. The ODYSSEY Performance series batteries provide all the reliability of the ODYSSEY Extreme Series batteries but without the high cold cranking amps (CCA) or reserve capacity (RC) that many people may not require.

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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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