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Battery tray

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I am trying to find 2 battery tray's for my boat. I bought 29 series batteries for my trolling motor. They are just a fuzz too long for all the 27 series tray's that it seems everyone has. I have tried Gander, and Fleet Farm so far.

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John

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Answered my own question found them at cabellas. Along with a drift sock for half price!

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how much is the drift sock?

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They have a bin of cabellas brand 38" socks for 20 bucks and the strap with float deal for 10 bucks. I figured it was a good deal as a second sock for my boat.

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