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 Post subject: Bosch battery quetion?
PostPosted: Wed Sep 19, 2007 4:13 pm 
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Dont know this :oops: and dont know why i dont im sort of guessing the answer is yes :thumbright:

I have a 14.4v bosch drill/driver with 1.5 ah batteries which at present is doing the job for me but just!

My question is can i use other bosch 14.4v batteries that are higher in the ah levels if you get me :? like 2.0 ah / 2.2ah / 2.6ah /3.0 ah
or wont they fit my little 14.4v machine or will they burn it out?

And lastly will they last longer than my 1.5ah ?

Many thanks in advance for your help :thumbright:

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No problem just means greater hours of amps, it's last longer.

Just check the specs on your charger some are limited to the ah capacity they can charge.

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just think of the ah[ as the fuel tank

if your 1.5ah battery lasts say 1.5 hrs [1 amp per1hr
your 3ah willl last 3hrs :thumbright:

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Cheers guys :thumbright:

Just need to make sure i get correct fitment as there is a few diffrent shapes.

Fancy some 3.0h's :shock: keep thinking about dirty harry and his 44 magnum for some reason :lol:

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