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Braille 3118 Battery Mount for 194-3121 and 194-3121C
Braille 3118 Battery Mount for 194-3121 and 194-3121C

Braille 3118 Battery Mount for 194-3121 and 194-3121C

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Braille 3118 Battery Mount for 194-3121 and 194-3121C
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This battery box is garage sale priced because a few of the holes have been drilled out and it has been test fit.  Box only, what you see is what you get.

 No Warranty, No Returns On Garage Sale Items

Designed to take full advantage of Braille exclusive dual terminal design, these mount kits allow the battery to be mounted in any postion. These mounts are very popular for laying the battery flat in a stock location or mounting in a cubby or agasint the firewall.

  • Vertical and horizontal mounting
  • Positive & negative markings to avoid hooking up the battery incorrectly
  • Aluminum "skeleton" design saves weight & allows clear view of battery
  • Meets or exceeds most racing requirements


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