While the cell chemistry of the Chinese cells listed above is the same as the cell chemistry of the original Edison Ni-Fe batteries, nothing else is the same. They look completely different, they're individual cells instead of batteries, etc, etc.
Since Ni-Fe wouldn't look right, and it costs more than Lithium, and it has massively lower performance for an EV.... I'll go with LFP cells.
Last time I looked LFP wasn't an available chemistry and other Lithium cells are too risky for my taste in a car like the Baker, so I'd discounted an upgrade from lead-acid. I'm not willing to risk a battery fire in a car where large chunks of the framework is wood. Great to know that the tech keeps improving.
Johny wrote: Glad you're still intact enough to take care of that Baker...
I'm not fond of roll-overs - been in one too many (none where I was driving).
That wasn't me that rolled the A-7 (and I didn't post the link).