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I'm guessing it's not drying out. Do you use a float or trickle charger? The regular use of these things often lengthens the lifetime of batteries considerably.

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I'm guessing it's not drying out. Do you use a float or trickle charger? The regular use of these things often lengthens the lifetime of batteries considerably.

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Yep, have it on a battery tender, except last couple of weeks I had to unplug it because i was doing work in the garage.

Maybe its antigravity time!!
 

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Just buy a new battery if it is already 3 yrs old, AGM preferred to avoid issues. I just had mine leaked and I don't want to deal with traditional lead acid battery anymore.
 

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My OEM batteries last 4 years and I have never added water or charged on a battery tender. I do yake it for a ride of 20 miles every week.
 
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