R & T Power Systems
Kohler Generator

Battery: Group 51, 6VSG, 8/10/12RESV(L), 14/20 kW

Battery: Group 51, 6VSG, 8/10/12RESV(L), 14/20 kW
<no value>Battery: Group 51, 6VSG, 8/10/12RESV(L), 14/20 kW
<no value>Battery: Group 51, 6VSG, 8/10/12RESV(L), 14/20 kW
<no value>Battery: Group 51, 6VSG, 8/10/12RESV(L), 14/20 kW

Battery: Group 51, 6VSG, 8/10/12RESV(L), 14/20 kW

Power your generator engine with a reliable 12-volt battery. Generators ship without batteries to ensure that the freshest possible battery is installed at the jobsite.

*Starting price in US dollars. Does not include generator, installation, automatic transfer switch or costs to export outside the US.
* Dependable starting
Features

Meets engine manufacturer's specifications

Complies with NFPA requirements for engine-cranking cycles

Heavy-duty starting batteries

Excellent reliability in generator set applications

Rated according to SAE standard J-537

Ground: negative

Specifications
Specifications
Accessory Type
Battery
Dimensions
238 mm x 129 mm x 223 mm (9.4 in. x 5.1 in. x 8.8 in.)
Weight
22 lbs. (10 kg)
Name
Battery: Group 51, 6VSG, 8/10/12RESV(L), 14/20 kW
Required Accessories

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