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We have bought from Tayna previously and no issue with delivery. The issue is if the battery needs to be returned for whatever reason, you have a big hassle on your hands. Speaking from experience.
+1 wrt returning hassle. But generally batteries don’t give many problems when new.
 
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It’s not the buying that is a problem it’s the returning in the event of a problem. A used battery however new is treated as hazardous waste and requires a licensed carrier, but most such carriers work regionally not long distance. I posted a thread on my experiences but unlike my relaxed axle thread I’m not going to resurrect it and subject myself to a merry go round of questions and advice. Suffice to say I have never bought an online battery since. 🤣🤣🤣
 

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It’s not the buying that is a problem it’s the returning in the event of a problem. A used battery however new is treated as hazardous waste and requires a licensed carrier, but most such carriers work regionally not long distance. I posted a thread on my experiences but unlike my relaxed axle thread I’m not going to resurrect it and subject myself to a merry go round of questions and advice. Suffice to say I have never bought an online battery since. 🤣🤣🤣
You mean you don't want to subject yourself to a sort of battery 🙄
 
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I have moved Buckman’s posts and subsequent discussions about Breakdown and Recovery to a new Thread in General
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