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Taylor 48300 Aluminum Battery Box, 9.5 x 8.25 Inch
Taylor 48300 Aluminum Battery Box, 9.5 x 8.25 Inch

Taylor 48300 Aluminum Battery Box, 9.5 x 8.25 Inch

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48300
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Aluminum Battery Box — 300 Series

Aluminum Battery Box 9.5in. x 8.25in. x 7.75in. Incl. Battery Box/Bolts/All Mounting Hardware.  Fits Odyssey 925/1500 series

  • 3 Piece 0.40 in. Aluminum box
  • Complies With NHRA Rule 8:1
  • Design Allows Access Without Removing Battery
  • Welded Heavy One-Piece
  • Battery Hold Down And Hardware Included
  • Embossed Taylor Logo In Lid

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