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When it’s time for a new UTV battery, check out our selection here at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. Navigating confusing diagrams about which batteries are interchangeable can be a pain, but we’ve created a system that makes everything easy when you shop with us. All you need to do is enter your machine’s details on this page to see exactly what side-by-side batteries we have available for your machine. This makes shopping for a new UTV battery easy – you know that what you’re getting will work great for your vehicle.
We carry a variety of battery brands and types to ensure that you have the options you want. We don’t want you to feel confined to use a particular battery because that’s all you can find. That’s why for most UTVs, we have at least two batteries available – and often more than that. From gel batteries to acid batteries, we’ve got choices, and many of them of sealed and maintenance free.
Here are a few of the brands that we stock:
The high-power demands of UTVs inspire many riders to equip their machine with a second battery, ensuring that accessories like lights or stereos work without drawing essential starting power. If your side-by-side isn’t already set up this way, you might want to consider it. This is a worthwhile modification.
Whether you’re replacing your UTV battery or just adding a second one, you can’t go wrong with the selection you’ll find here. Take a look at our selection now to discover what will be soon be powering your side-by-side.
Troy in UT
Ive got these batteries in my gsxr and yz450fx and have never had any issues with them. You can use the deltran battery tender jr. lithium to tend them while not in use, which is a much cheaper alternative than the shorai system. They are expensive but you get what you pay for.Read All Reviews
DOUG in VA
I've had 2 of these, the first one lasted over 3 years so I can't complain. The smallest 4-cell cranks my bike well and the cold is not an issue. I accidentally drained mine completely a couple of times by leaving the switch on. It recovered without an issue except for the last time I did it which was 3 years from purchase. The second one is going strong at the one year mark.Read All Reviews
John in FL
Take a look at the cranking amps - 125 - which is pretty close to stock. The battery is super light and seems well made and does a just fine job of starting up my bike, but not a better job. For a little more money, you can get a lithium that puts out 210 CA, which will start the bike a lot better. Hindsight, that's what I should have done. Next e-start bike will get a Shorai.Read All Reviews