sorry...didnt know about the bigger size...miketrains03 said:wow, thanks for absolutley no information nor answer to my questions. i know i could make one, but i asked whats a good site to BUY one from.
secondly, all optimas are most definatly not the same size. take a look here. http://www.1st-optima-batteries.com
i wound up picking up a D34M blue top anyways for the extra posts. so i'll see if i can get an answer this time...
where's a good site to buy a dual 34 size battery tray?
That's as bad as the alternators they sell! A 115 amp for $522.31, and a 150 amp for $558.74? :shocked I got a 160 amp from fireguy for $120!miketrains03 said:woah! $600+ bucks? no way. i have an isolating relay already, just need the hardware. there aren't any other alternatives other than piecing together something from autozone?
3 g alternator from the junkyard...theres a good thread here some where on the different styles that fit...miketrains03 said:woah! $600+ bucks? no way. i have an isolating relay already, just need the hardware. there aren't any other alternatives other than piecing together something from autozone?
Then you are back to makeing one yourself.I checked those out but it looks like $103 for the tray, 23 for the brace + shipping. I just don't want to spend that much when all I need is a little sqare of metal.
Perhaps "fabrication" might just mean flattening out the current tray and attaching this one to that?I'm getting really frustrated trying to find a small square piece of metal for under $100. Found this, but I'm using one optima and one die hard. He says it needs some "fabrication" anyway. Thought someone else might want it:
Well, spill it; what's the solution? I've got two Optima's. I've flattened out the stock tray, but haven't set up the second one yet; I'm open to suggestions.That was going to be my next move before David(s78) swooped in to save me. Got it covered now, but thanks for the replies.:thumbup