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    battery bracket with bolts

    i loose alot of things and well i lost my battery bracket ,

    pm me with prices shipped to 66607


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bone1050 View Post
    i loose alot of things and well i lost my battery bracket ,

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    I have a hold down bracket with plastic battery cover but I only have one bolt. I was going to machine another one when I got the chance to get down to my friends shop or just get a bolt from the hardware store to use if I ever needed it.

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    ttt , i need this bracket bad , i do not want my battery to short out on my eletrical box if the battery might bounce around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bone1050 View Post
    ttt , i need this bracket bad , i do not want my battery to short out on my eletrical box if the battery might bounce around
    Bone, for the time being why don't you use a rubber battery strap-down for a motorcycle battery. Just insert two 5/16 clothes line hooks in each end. It will hold it down tight for now until I can find the other bolt for mine or make another one. You may have to cut the hooks a little to get enough tension but I think they will be fine the way they are. The PWC batteries are a little larger. Home Depot has the hooks as short as 1". That is a 5/16 18 thread in there. Total cost to do this is about $7.00. Your local cycle dealer may have everything you need because the older bikes used this type of strap with the same hooks except with a nut, washer, and lock washer on the back end to adjust tension.




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    thanks top cop ill be riging something up , dont trouble yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bone1050 View Post
    thanks top cop ill be riging something up , dont trouble yourself
    I have to go there anyway. To be honest I would rather use hex bolts on mine than thumb screws. I just have to find them long enough in stainless steel. Those motorcycle straps are strong and will hold that battery down. It will be easier to take the battety on and out also.

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    Of course Home Depot didn't have an 8" 1/4 20 hex bolt so I came up with this. I was going to tack the wing nut on top but I am out of sticks. LOL!! It can be capped also though. BTW: I don't know why I thought it was 5/16 18 earlier.

    Anyway, If you don't want the threaded stud I will just put it in my ski. PM me and let me know.

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