Speedway Deluxe Plain Billet Aluminum 3-Bolt Battery Mount, Optima
- Universal Fit
- Three bolt design
- Billet aluminum construction
- Fits 91066411 and 91066412 Optima batteries
- Precision CNC-machined
This deluxe billet aluminum battery mount is just what you need for Optima batteries. Hold down is across the battery. Precision CNC machined for fit and has drain holes to prevent build up of moisture. Choose plain or polished.
Note: Before cutting the uprights shorter for the yellow top battery, be sure to test fit the battery in the battery mount as Optimas battery dimensions may vary slightly.
For Optima batteries: 91066411 and 91066412.
Item DetailsFor Optima Red 910-66411 and Yellow 910-66412
916-66601 Instructions (pdf)
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