New battery tray vs trunk relocation

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  1. billison

    billison Active Member

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    Found a tray on Craigslist for free.. Came with all the hardware too. So I'm good for now.
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    If you get a sealed battery like a optima, you don't need a sealed box with a vent tube.
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    hell yeah
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    Just researched this Mod and came across this thread.

    I think a few of you guys may have convinced me to stay away from the Battery Relocation.

    One question I do have that may put me back on the coarse for doing this Mod: I am planning to install my sound system in the trunk and will have a couple amps back there that will need power (+).

    In the past, I just ran a (0) gauge + back there from up front and a (0) gauge ground to the chassis. Then the usual gold plated fuse block.

    Would a rear battery relocation be optimal for this scenario?
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