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Aluminum Battery Box for Braille and Odyssey
Aluminum Battery Box for Braille and Odyssey

Aluminum Battery Box for Braille and Odyssey

Micro Sprint, Midget, Mini Sprint, 7.5" Overall Length, 4.00" Overall Width, Aluminum

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Aluminum Battery Box for Braille and Odyssey
Aluminum Battery Box for Braille and Odyssey
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MFG. Part #:
95052083
Overall Length:
7.5"
Overall Width:
4.00"
Overall Height:
4.5"
Material Type:
Aluminum
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Each

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Lightweight and easy to access. This battery box will save you weight and frustration. Fits Braille 2015, 2015C, as well as Odyssey PC545 batteries. Use with accessory clamps to mount on the chassis.

Box measures 7.5” x 4” x 4.5”

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Accepts Braille 194-2015, 194-2015C, & Odyssey PC545 batteries.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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