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    Kyle L.: If anyone believes a second of this they are crazy. Still an exide product people... Who, by the way, just lost the Canadian tire contract. Yep, it'll start a few times... But then what? If you're gonna spend 300 bucks on a battery, talk to interstate.

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    Jason R.: I'll remember that the next time I decide to chop my battery in half. What a bunch of idiots!! Just when I thought Canadian Tire couldn't be more ridiculous. Take your cheap crap and shove it

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    Wondering when the goofy "Super Drop Test" will be posted, and what kind of horror-stories we will hear in response to Crappy's paid spamming.

    In the meantime, the old spams continue to provoke helpful warnings:


    Danny T.: Even the worst of batteries can do that as you can see, imagine if you
    bought a quality made one. Good thing Canadian Tire is changing their supplier. You will pay more but you will finally start.

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    Jason R.: I'll remember that the next time I decide to chop my battery in half. What a bunch of idiots!! Just when I thought Canadian Tire couldn't be more ridiculous. Take your cheap crap and shove it

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    Gilbert P.: Lead melts at over 600 degrees f....battery acid boils at 200 -230f plastic melts at over 300f ...so what is slightly heating a battery up for a short duration of time prove.....nothing...like putting a battery in an ice truck ...ice just below 32f ...some where in s Ontario ....leave one for a week on Baffin Island in winter and start a truck...I'll even let you warm up the truck...

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    Ouch!



    Gilbert P.: Small claims court...bring your witness ...providing he is a licensed mechanic ...your word against theirs...and I'm pretty sure with UPC parts tracking on invoicing that you can get the exact part number that they put on your vehicle...as they had to take the part from existing inventory...lots of crap...but if you really do want a settlement from these putzes that's probably what's going to be needed....now let's see the CT bots response to this..

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    Jim W.: You know if you freeze a battery it will start your vehicle but if your diesel has bin sitting for a week at - 40 below your oil is thick it takes
    A lot to start a diesel at such extreme below temperature

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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    Something to check out:



    Eric B.: Anyone noticed that there is an acid sticker on the side of the batterie and other times the sticker is not there, just look when the splitter is releasing it!!! AGM are supposed to be excellent batteries but CT is pushing it!!! Lol

    Eric B.: Wonder how many batteries they used to find the one that would work!!! No wonder they're showing a full box of them at the beginning of there commercial!!!!

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    Re: Buying Batteries From Canadian Tire - Warranty Issues, Etc.

    Well, they finally spammed about the Super High Battery Drop, LOL!

    There are loads (see what I did there?) or negative (see?) comments,

    They fall into 3 main groups:
    - complaints about crappy batteries.
    - complaints about the crappy stores in general.
    - complaints about the crappy Super Drop.


    Here's a sample in the bogus "test":


    Shaun K.: Did they even take out the original battery?

    RÝb R.: Lmfao that picture isnt even from the same truck thats the passanger side of another truck you can see the inside of the fender. And the video shows the battery cables going to the drivers side of the truck...you guys are so fake its not even funny any more.

    RÝb R.: Thats a good one...a truck from the UK now...Ford GM and Dodge all mount their batteries on differnt sides there is no specific side between one make to the next. And the video shows the leads going to the drivers side. Keep trying though this is funny.

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    RÝb R.: They hooked it to another battery in the truck to start the truck. You can see the jumper cable leads sticking up over the rad support. If it was real and there was no battery in the battery box the leads would be laying in the bottom of the empty battery box.

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