OPTIMA Batteries has agreed to support our members and this website with a great deal on their 6-volt battery. The promotion is set to run from April 15th-May 15th 2019, is not stackable with any other offer, is only good for 6-volt batteries with a maximum of three per purchase and limited to Pierce Arrow Society members only.
From April 15th until May 15th, members of the Pierce Arrow Society, who purchase a 6-volt REDTOP battery online at optimabatteries.com will receive special pricing of $125 per battery (normally $187.99) and free shipping right to their front door in the lower 48 states, by entering a unique coupon code when purchasing factory-direct at optimabatteries.com.
Here is how the process works:
1. If you want the deal, send an e-mail requesting a unique one-time use coupon code to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. You will receive a unique one-time-use code that will be valid until 5/15 only. Codes will be invalid after Midnight on 5/15.
3. Once you receive your code, you will need to go to the OPTIMA shopping site.
4. Add the 6-volt battery (up to 3) part # 6V (8010-044) and go to the checkout cart
5. Hereâ€™s the important part: Enter your unique code that will calculate your discount on the Billing page of the check-out.
6. Finalize your order
7. Wait for your â€œFactory Freshâ€ OPTIMA REDTOP 6 volt to arrive at your door (usually within 4 days of your order).
This offer is limited to three batteries per household and will expire on May 15, 2019. This offer is only available on OPTIMA REDTOP 6-volt batteries purchased directly from optimabatteries.com
Just wanted to repost a simple solution to wire two of these Optima batteries in series without any wiring change to your car…
Lawson Products (www.lawsonproducts.com) offers 2/0 gauge battery cables which have a regular terminal on one end, and a terminal with a standard battery post on top of the terminal on the other end. This allows you to hook up your batteries in parallel and connect them right to the cables in your car.
Part Nos. are 84816 for positive and 84817 for negative. Cost is about $25. each
Here is the homemade arrangement of what Ken suggested.