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  1. #1

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    Too Much CCA;Will it cause any damage?

    Have a Toro ss4250 zero turn rider. The battery presently in it is dying and has a a description of 12v 195CCA.The replacement I am looking at has a 12V 320CCA rating.Will too much CCA do damgae to the starter?

    Thanks

  2. #2

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    Re: Too Much CCA;Will it cause any damage?

    The starter will only draw what it can use. so if the starter uses 150 amps it will only pull 150 amps regardless of the battery size.
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    Re: Too Much CCA;Will it cause any damage?

    Correct. The higher cranking amps mean you have a greater reserve.

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