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Storing Batteries
Can anyone tell me where i might find information on properly storing spare forklift batteries, and how often they should be charged?
Also anyone one in the Los Angeles area recommend a reliable battery maintenance company? We've had around 4 different companies come in and have had trouble getting them to come back out.
  • Posted 22 Feb 2007 08:49 AM
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Hi Albert,

Did you find someone ??

I recommend you contact Gerald Moen at Battery Solutions

15707 Rockfield Blvd #130
Irvine, CA 92618
Phone: 951-212-6441
Fax: 949-916-0686
Email: [email address removed]
[url removed]

  • Posted 30 Mar 2007 03:04 PM
No i haven't, thank you I'll give them a call.
  • Posted 3 Apr 2007 01:00 AM
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