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The battery probably just didn't have any grease on the terminals, and unfortunately weather occurs and that usually happens. I mean, my '11 looked like they had the original Motorcraft ones in, I'm not sure if they were ever replaced, and I did them about 7 months ago with brand new Motorcraft 850's. All depends, you could have had "olders" ones that were laying around put in, who knows.
I mean, is the truck starting fine? Holding a charge? If so, just clean the terminals, have the batteries tested and if they come back OK, I'd still stick with them.
'11 F-250 RCLB FX4 6.7 - Deleted, SCT GTX - Tyrant tuned, Duratrac's on Moto Metal 962's - Sold
'17 Grand Cherokee SRT - Stock
'97 SVT Cobra - Few things
'88 Mustang LX - Built 306ci, built AOD, 4.10's - Sold
'06 F-350 ECSB Lariat FX4 6.0 - Studded, deleted etc..-Sold
'07 F-250 XLT ECSB 4x4 6.0 - Studded, deleted etc..-Totaled