2005 Legacy GT
Any excuse is a good reason to get something new for your Forester! And a project isn't a project unless it lets you buy a new tool.dlroto said:So how are those batteries, would it be wise for me to get one because I installed a new head unit and a sirius interface kit??? Thanx
Yours was a 35; ScoobyDoobie's was a 35/75, which sounds like a hybrid between two types--and maybe not a perfect match for either. I'll go for the 35.Peaty said:The link I posted above is to a drop in battery that is made for a Subaru, no fittment issues with the cable at all.
One is a universal battery where the poles are more towards the center and has side ones to, the one I got has them at the end and it's a 35R (reversed poles) no need to make any adjustments to the battery ends. It's the same specs for but the poles are different, they are like the OEM battery.ScoobyDoobie said:Here's a quick comparison regarding the group 35 v.s. the group 75/35
according summitracing at least, the 35 and 75/35 are the SAME battery.
I need to correct my earlier post. I put in a 34R.SuperRu said:I just put a new Optima 35R in JudyRu's 98 Forester.