My car has no battery tray. I have some ideas on making one, I would
like to make it appear as original as possible.
Maybe there is an extra one out there?
What methods have you used to install one?
Does anyone have pics of an original tray setup??
I have an all original battery tray setup in one of my Amphi's.
It's basicly 3 pieces: the tray itself, which is welded to the
right hand floor, a metal battery box, which seems to be there to
protect the battery from radiated heat from the engine, and the
hold down clamp. At least the clamp is available NOS from Hugh. I
can send you pictures but I'd better email them directly to you.
--- In amphicar-lovers@y..., "a_colo_native" <minnow@a...> wrote:
> My car has no battery tray. I have some ideas on making one, I would
> like to make it appear as original as possible.
> Maybe there is an extra one out there?
> What methods have you used to install one?
> Does anyone have pics of an original tray setup??
I am now offering EXTRA LONG battery trays. From firewall all the way
past rear bumper area. These have the proper fitting curve. No more UGLY
weld line. No more piecing together. No more struggling with the curved
area. No more guessing on how to fit it. Order now! 2-week delivery time
approximately. Midwest Amphicar. 815 849 5498. Later Dave the Wave
. Since I will be busy delivering Quarter panels and Battery trays. Later
Dave the Wave
Dave you need to clear up your definition of battery trays.
Battery trays are the unit that actually hold the battery.
I would suggest calling them inner floor under battery/ or Battery side
floor board or??
as you all know I make all the car parts out of fibreglass
I make a unit that consists of everything in the inner fender in 1 part( I
call it The complete inner fender ass.)goes from front where brake cables
come out to rear where tail lights are plus all the side material and rear
fenders bottom joins here.This complete unit sells for $250.00, and rear
fenders with humps are$165.00 to moulding.
I will be bringing samples to MT Dora.. and Dave wants me to bring his down
to show you all his steel version too.
Gord Souter,Canadian 4 amphs,
MY new phone # is 1 705 327 2820
I buy, sell and restore Only Amphicars
over 700 different parts for sale.
Interior kits and fibreglass panels my specialty!
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