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Old 03-03-2008
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Just curious, who said I was pissing on them.. Can you point to the chargers and inverters that are marine grade and made or support the LiFePO4 battery technology. If not, STFU. I'm stating the facts , and you don't seem to like it... what is your relationship to LiFePO4 batteries anyways... and why do you need to go through an e-mail anonymizer??? That's what NYMS.NET is.
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Originally Posted by falconev View Post
yes, and yes.
but you can't afford them anyway, so why piss on them.
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