The Trail Gear Battery Box will keep your battery where you need it, even on the toughest climbs and trails. You always want to avoid results of batteries not held in place securely, or held in place by bungie cords: fire and sparks. The Trail Gear Battery Box can be welded or bolted into place. It is constructed out of 1/8" thick steel and is shipped unpainted. Once the Battery Box has been properly mounted, simply remove three bolts, allowing the top to lift off to give you plenty of access your battery.
Trail Gear's TG battery boxes are designed to securely hold your battery in place, not just hold it down like an OE battery holder. This complete holding power is exactly what you need when you are out on the trail. Batteries not properly secured will suffer serious damage when off camber, causing electrical failure and possibly fires. Trail Gear's TG battery boxes can be either bolted in place or welded in place, allowing for a universal fitment inside any vehicle, in the OE battery location or any flat surface in the vehicle. Manufactured from 1/8" steel, the TG battery box is designed to take a beating so your battery won't have to. The TG is shipped unpainted, leaving you to creatively match it to your rig.Features
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