Trouble with XM-2000 Battery returns - a way to prevent exchanges?
I don't have a dog in this hunt, but, if it were me that was trying to use this for a reliable commuter, I'd: 1) buy five REAL batteries - PowerSonic (or Hunter if I had the money) - and 2) re-work the charging system to ensure balanced charging. It's just too easy to get an imbalanced pack, which quickly ends up as a cooked battery.
That's great news. Thanks for making X-Treme realize the necessity of improving the battery warranty.
In Ann Arbor there are these folks: http://www.batteriesplus.com/ who are part of a national franchise. I've never been in their store but they claim to be "battery experts". You might have a store near you. I'd just do a google search for "batteries ~your town~". I'd call some of the businesses that turn up.
When calling them you can help them out by letting them know that your batteries are listed as 38 Ah. Although note that usatracy claims Greensaver has told them they are in fact only 27 Ah. If I were you I'd test them at the 27Ah*3 rate first.
Now, everyone, repeat after me "X-Treme aren't all that bad"... ;-)
Ann Arbor, MI
Is there any thing we as a community can do to help you?
Here we go with the chaos.
Oops, I mean Cavalry.
I had a way to get them back to X Treme, but he never replied and they had to leave.