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Old 07 October 2012, 15:13   #11
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What if you don't have a battery box
Lunch Box maybe?

These were on my old boat. They were totally independent 110 AHr leisure, one per engine, no crossover and the lekkie all ran off the Port side battery. I just carried a set of jump leads in case the worst happened...

Of course, they were Etecs and once started, didn't need a battery.
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Old 07 October 2012, 15:14   #12
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What if you don't have a battery box
Then you can't post on here

I have a spare if you need it Mick
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Old 07 October 2012, 15:15   #13
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Now then Willk don't get picking on kerny
Whyever not? *scratches head*

Can't we share him?
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Old 07 October 2012, 15:19   #14
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Whyever not? *scratches head*

Can't we share him?
Well he's obviously tired after a hard day ...posting 2 pictures sideways up
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Old 07 October 2012, 15:20   #15
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I really hope you never need to drill a hole in your console. I dont think I could take another how to drill a hole thread.

My only advice would be to get on thats big enought to allow a layer of foam on the bottom and sides.
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Old 07 October 2012, 15:32   #16
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I really hope you never need to drill a hole in your console. I dont think I could take another how to drill a hole thread.

My only advice would be to get on thats big enought to allow a layer of foam on the bottom and sides.
I think that link has just closed the thread.
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Well here's mine, available in all sizes.
I was gonna mention how I screwed to deck but....
I can say it took a wave over the side this afternoon though, and remained totally bone dry inside
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This is the only pictures I have showing the battery trays on the RH front side of the console. If this threads still going in a couple of days I'll take a couple of pics of the finished thing.
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Mine is a one off design, made from ABS. It does not bolt to anything but instead slides into its mount which bolts to the floor. My Save-A-Boat-Dive tool box also got a similar mount made once I had the time. The point was to have everything removable for beach launching. After all the Odyssey 925 and everything weighs 35 lbs.

I know I know a piece of junk SIB but it is paid for!

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