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|NGP||I have a 706 with the (2) 6-volt batteries. I purchased a new set of Interstate batteries but they seem to be just slightly taller and make contact with various parts on the tractor especially the hydralic quick connect ports. (We were pulling trees with my wife on the tractor and hydralic fluid caught fire from one of these contacts).
Is there a manf. anyone knows of that makes a shorter battery or side pole for these 6 v. If not, anyone has any interesting tips to prevent ths inadvertent conatct besides the rubber boots.