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There isn't a whole lot [I]to[I]know about batteries unless your trying to squeeze every last bit of efficiency out of them. (i.e Optima, which I agree, have a iffy track record.) Basicly, you look for the biggest physical size that will fit your vehicle (which may/may not be factory size), then compare the cranking amp and reserve figures. FWIW, I've found the WalMart EverStart MAX to give huge bang for the buck. $75 gets you 9 year warrenty+big cranking amp and reserve #'s for their size. I'm running three of them and have yet to have a problem.
07 Frontier LE, 4x4, Crew Cab, Short Bed, Avalanche White.
Mods: Access Lorado Tonneau, Raamat sound deadener, Custom Audio (JVC KW-XR810, XM, Ipod, Pioneer D702P, CDT HD-62, Infinity Ref, Alpine PDX4.100, Profile AP400 & PioneerTS-SW841D (front seat sub) Remote Start, Yakathule Racks, OEM All Season Mats, Coverking Neosupreme seat covers, Silverstar Ultra Headlights,fog light overide. LED Back-ups, 13" Rubber Antenna, EZDown Gate Dampener, Light Buster hitch light, modified tiedowns, waterproof bedlight.