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Old 06-14-2019, 08:47 AM
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battery isolator on radiator strut

Good Morning All.

Have a 2004 Rubi I'm modifying for getting back into elk hunting country in Colorado. As such installing dual batteries. Installing the Kilby brand tray with Optimas and using a Powerstream "smart" isolator.

Problem...running out of real estate to install the isolator. Have been thinking of possibly hanging it off the radiator strut with a pipe clamp or something in that arena.

Question: Anybody out there ever do something like this (using the strut for hanging something?) If so, what did you do, use off-the-shelf, cobble, etc?

THanks in advance.

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Donít recommend dual battery but if you mean the rod that runs front to back the manifold for solenoid lines and pop off for my on board air is attached there


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