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Old 01-17-2020, 01:50 AM #1
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Off-road battery tray

My battery is basically held in with a bungee cord which doesnít seem safe. Whatís the best off road tray options we have for stock battery?
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No battery tray?

So you've got no battery tray?

Or is it just the hold-down parts missing?

I mean, with only a bugee that battery is moving around causing lots of strain on the connections, one of the posts Will break eventually. Seen it happen with a friend....

I'd consider at least this: Amazon.com: Attwood 9091-5 Battery Tray, 27 series, Black: Sports & Outdoors


Yet perhaps this: Amazon.com: Optima Battery Box Tray, Truck Battery Mount: Automotive

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Yah it has a tray. Just no hold down.

I like the second one but will that fit stock battery? Just bought a new battery don’t want to buy another
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Anyone know if thereís any other options besides stock tray for a stock size battery?
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You can get the hardware for like 40bucks

Battery carrier. 1997 Toyota 4Runner SR5-V6(-0008),SR5(0008-) 3400CC EFI, MANUAL, 5-SPEED | Toyota Parts Direct, London ON

Or you can just make your own for next to nothing.
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Just go to a junkyard and get the stock parts. Stock works great.
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