04/28/09 06:14 PM
no problem,glad to help
the 625 is the cold cranking amps,what that means is, it will put out 625 amps below 32 degrees when you go to start the motor.the amps is the workhorse on what makes eletric motors run,volts is the storage part.for a boat you dont want a regular car battery,it wont last.
if the battery is for a marine/rv or a deep cycle you should be good
the lead plates in the marine/rv batteries are much thicker than a car battery.they are ment to get drawn down and recharged.a normal car battery cant take the continuesly drawing down and recharging
when you buy a battery go by weight,if you see two identical batteries,but ones a car and ones adeep cycle pick them up,you will see what i mean
if you want more storage you could pick up another battery along with 2 jumper wires,hook them up negative to negative,positive to positive,this will give you 12 volt but more storage
hope this helps,if you have any more questions feel free to ask