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    BATT TRAY

    I relocated the battery on my gpr and can 't seem to find a battery tray to secure batt.any one selling one or any ideas .i would appreicate the help.


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    Quote Originally Posted by strictlymarine View Post
    I relocated the battery on my gpr and can 't seem to find a battery tray to secure batt.any one selling one or any ideas .i would appreicate the help.
    Order a battery tray for a XLT ($6.81 @ boats.net). Find a spot to mount it, break out the 5200, have a blast. The XLT tray has the clips for the rubber battery bands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty View Post
    Order a battery tray for a XLT ($6.81 @ boats.net). Find a spot to mount it, break out the 5200, have a blast. The XLT tray has the clips for the rubber battery bands.
    +1 or an fx. Just fit one two weeks ago 5200 or marine tex on the install! Lee

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    That is the cheapest way to Go nice work Full boogie! Lee

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    That's kinda what I did with my first GPR, 'cept mine wasn't as pretty and I just mounted it with 5200. I ended up mounting my fire extinguisher to wall of my front bucket. I love to see a professional looking job like that, FB, that looks sweet!

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    I used a seadoo tray out of just about any 90's 2 stroke seadoo. They are cheap, easy to find, and in my opinion a much nicer piece than the crappy yami boxes that keep breaking in my SJ....

    I'll take some pics this evening. It's held in place with 2 stainless screws and 5200.

    Really just about anything can be made to work. There is plenty of room back there, just have to be creative..

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    I bought a stainless tray from a friend, but I'm not sure where to buy them or who makes it. Sorry I don't have a better pic, but I need another one...anyone recognize it.

    post #121:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty View Post
    That's kinda what I did with my first GPR, 'cept mine wasn't as pretty and I just mounted it with 5200. I ended up mounting my fire extinguisher to wall of my front bucket. I love to see a professional looking job like that, FB, that looks sweet!
    I took one out of a XL that I had and cut a plate out of .200 thick aluminum to sit in the bottom of tray for suport ,drilled a hole for the bolt in the plate and mounted it right behind the midwall using the mid wall bolt to hold it down, makes it have easy access to the terminals and is sturdy, cheap , easy, & clean.

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