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Best Emergency Jump-Starters #6921195
10/15/17 05:13 PM
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I want one for my duck-hunting boat. Something compact is preferred.

Not sure of this matters, but here is my current crank battery.



My motor is a 35hp Vanguard Briggs and Stratton, ...




Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6921233
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I use a snap on one, not cheap but small and effective.


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Never been to a camping world. I prefer Dick's to be honest.
Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: TEXASLEFTY] #6921242
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Originally Posted By: TEXASLEFTY
I use a snap on one, not cheap but small and effective.

Like this one? Cranking in cold weather important, 10 degrees about as cold as I will hunt. grin


Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6921300
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http://www.batterychargers.com/sl1/

I think that's a newer model, pretty sure this is the same one only has a different name on it.


Originally Posted By: Chunky Monkey
Never been to a camping world. I prefer Dick's to be honest.
Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6921340
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Harbor Freight has portable ones for about 39.99. I have one that I used to start my lease Jeep.

Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: TEXASLEFTY] #6921507
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Originally Posted By: TEXASLEFTY
I use a snap on one, not cheap but small and effective.


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Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6921599
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Harbor freight has some pretty good stuff but, their jumpbox several miles from help.... that's not one that I want.


Originally Posted By: Chunky Monkey
Never been to a camping world. I prefer Dick's to be honest.
Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6943865
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Looks like the Shumacker is almost the same as the snap on. Had no idea they came in such small packages. Definitely a future purchase. I'm with TEXASLEFTY no way I'm relying on a harbor freight job for this type of item.

Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6981893
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Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6982453
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What ever Loweís sells but itís suspect in a diesel, works great on a gasser though. Even walked it up a mountain to use on a dirtbike

Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #6982933
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They sell them every where, Lowes, HD, Northern Tool, TS, Sportsman Guide. I have one from NT, has a plug for charging tools, TV, radio whatever, jump start lawn tractor good. Just keep charged up.

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Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #7003708
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Snap On.

Re: Best Emergency Jump-Starters [Re: Guy] #7010787
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I second the Noco GB40 . Itís on sale on Amazon for like $79 . Auto zone sells it as well for around $100. Mine hasnít let me down yet. I just now recharged it for first time. Iíve jumped at least 8 vehicles for friends and family . Along with charging mine and my buddies phone in deer stand . On first charge . So good I just bought both my parents one for their vehicles

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Originally Posted By: rofd1374
I second the Noco GB40 . Itís on sale on Amazon for like $79 . Auto zone sells it as well for around $100. Mine hasnít let me down yet. I just now recharged it for first time. Iíve jumped at least 8 vehicles for friends and family . Along with charging mine and my buddies phone in deer stand . On first charge . So good I just bought both my parents one for their vehicles


I have this one.

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