Okay, I know there has to be someone out there who has built a dual battery tray. Does anyone have any plans or dimensions that they could send me? I can't imagine paying dang near $100 for something that looks like it was made out of $10 worth of angle iron.
'85 CJ7 258 w/Weber Carb and Nutter Bypass. Dana 44's F&R, 3.73 gears with Trac-Loc rear. Always looking for peoples $0.02.
I'm with you bro. I made my own out of 1" angle for the base, put a piece of 2"x1/8 flat across the bottom for support and 1"x1/8 around the middle to keep the batteries in and to hold the solenoid. I used the stock holes in the fire wall and the stock supports under the batteries for support and haven't had any problems. It might have cost $10, but I doubt it. As far as the dimensions are, I just took the 2 batteries and laid them out like I wanted them mounted, took some measurements and built the tray. Email me and I'll send you some pics. Hamy.
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