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Guys, I have a 2017 X580 with a battery with the part number AM146025. I was trying to figure out the amperage and Ah of the battery. It’s not on the battery itself, and I’m having no luck looking it up. It does say it’s a JD battery with 500 cca and RC 85 min. Not sure what the second one means. Anybody happen to know?
 

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Guys, I have a 2017 X580 with a battery with the part number AM146025. I was trying to figure out the amperage and Ah of the battery. It’s not on the battery itself, and I’m having no luck looking it up. It does say it’s a JD battery with 500 cca and RC 85 min. Not sure what the second one means. Anybody happen to know?
The part number listed above is not valid. According to JD Parts your battery should be TY25876. Normally adding an "A" to the part number gets you the wet charged version but that is not working on this battery.

Part Number:
TY25876
Part Price: 141.83 USD
Core Value: (18.00 USD)
End Price With Core Return: 123.83 USD
On Hand:
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Description: Dry Charged Battery - BATTERY,DRY,12V,BCI 51,CCA 500
Package Quantity:
1

Specification
Weight: 24.89 LBS 11.29 Kg
Voltage12.000
Standard Group51
Cold Cranking Amps at 0° F (-17.8 °C)500.000
Cold Cranking Amps at 32° F (0° C)600.000
Reserve Capacity (Minutes) 25A at 80 °F (26.7 °C)75.000
Overall Length9.328 IN
Overall Width4.921 IN
Overall Height7.866 IN
Terminal Type_A
Wet / DryDRY
ChemistryMAINT_FREE
ElementsANCHORED
Finish
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My battery maintainer has two settings. One for up to 3.5 amps and a small battery setting for up to .9 amps. Where would this battery fall? Thank you for the help.
 

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My battery maintainer has two settings. One for up to 3.5 amps and a small battery setting for up to .9 amps. Where would this battery fall? Thank you for the help.
If just running it as a maintainer I would set it on the lowest setting. If you find that the battery never gets up to the float state you could then try the higher setting for a day or so.

I use a Battery Tender Jr. on both my X500 and 2720. The Jr. is only rated for 0.75A and it works just fine at maintaining both of these batteries.
 

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It's not unusual to find invalid part number labels on components. I think JD does this to increase the confusion factor. Sometimes part numbers are for manufacturing purposes and not "spares". Batteries are the most confusing of all because in a lot of cases the part number in the parts book is not valid. And then there is the whole "dry charged" vs. "wet charged". JD only lists dry-charged part numbers in the parts book but then when you get to the dealer you typically find they only carry the wet-charged version.

Batteries is one of the few items that I actually trust the dealer to give me the correct item by me simply stating "I need a battery for a _______ tractor". :)
 

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RC85 stands for reserve capacity 85 min. . As someone else said , use a Battery Tender and you don't need to worry about overcharging . :cheers:
 

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It's not unusual to find invalid part number labels on components. I think JD does this to increase the confusion factor. Sometimes part numbers are for manufacturing purposes and not "spares". Batteries are the most confusing of all because in a lot of cases the part number in the parts book is not valid. And then there is the whole "dry charged" vs. "wet charged". JD only lists dry-charged part numbers in the parts book but then when you get to the dealer you typically find they only carry the wet-charged version.

Batteries is one of the few items that I actually trust the dealer to give me the correct item by me simply stating "I need a battery for a _______ tractor". :)
Not unusual to see unlisted part numbers on factory installed batteries. Pretty much the norm. JDparts will list the replacement battery part#. And yur correct..add a A to the part number and that will be a filled and ready to go battery.

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Not unusual to see unlisted part numbers on factory installed batteries. Pretty much the norm. JDparts will list the replacement battery part#. And yur correct..add a A to the part number and that will be a filled and ready to go battery.
Apparently not in this case. TY25876A is not a valid part number.
 

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I believe its an 878A. Try that..
That is a valid part number but it's not the same battery. It's only 300CCA and the original is 500.

Wet Charged Battery - BATTERY,WET,12V,BCI U1,CCA 300
 

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My father got me a charger/maintainer for Christmas. It is a Noco Genius G3500. Check it out guys, tell me what you think. I don’t know much about them, but this one seems really nice. Not cheap either.
 

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It's not unusual to find invalid part number labels on components. I think JD does this to increase the confusion factor. Sometimes part numbers are for manufacturing purposes and not "spares". Batteries are the most confusing of all because in a lot of cases the part number in the parts book is not valid. And then there is the whole "dry charged" vs. "wet charged". JD only lists dry-charged part numbers in the parts book but then when you get to the dealer you typically find they only carry the wet-charged version.

Batteries is one of the few items that I actually trust the dealer to give me the correct item by me simply stating "I need a battery for a _______ tractor". :)
This is not that unusual. H-D does this all the time. You have to run the number on the factory computer system to find out if it's valid. Sometimes you get lucky sometimes you don't.
 

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My father got me a charger/maintainer for Christmas. It is a Noco Genius G3500. Check it out guys, tell me what you think. I don’t know much about them, but this one seems really nice. Not cheap either.
I was going to ask what kind of tender you had? That's the brand it looked like from your picture of the clamp. Never use one but it should do the trick. The low setting should be fine.

That company has rely been running the commercials lately. Some Saturday/Sunday car shows have featured a few of the products. Apparently some of the chargers can repair damaged batteries while charging them. This is the feature I'm interested in.
 
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