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Ok here goes.

i have fixed my battery holder moer than 3 times and today it broke for a fourth time. i really need some help trying to fix this and me and my dad have invested over $50 in brackets, nuts, screws and others, plus my own time.i will get a picture of the damage and i need some help trying to fix it. THANX

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ok this might sound a little odd but here goes

today me and my dad put L brackets on the battery holder, got some U clamps drilled holes in the plate for the U clamps and screwed them ontothe brackets, we put the u clamps on the frame and replaced all the nuts with lock nuts and i dont think it will come off. cant ride for a couple days because of all the rain we have but ill keep you posted [=

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ok this might sound a little odd but here goes

today me and my dad put L brackets on the battery holder, got some U clamps drilled holes in the plate for the U clamps and screwed them ontothe brackets, we put the u clamps on the frame and replaced all the nuts with lock nuts and i dont think it will come off. cant ride for a couple days because of all the rain we have but ill keep you posted [=

talking about rain it has been raining for the last 5 days here and im about to trade my wheeler for a boat!, ohyea hope your idea works ;-)

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ok this might sound a little odd but here goes

today me and my dad put L brackets on the battery holder, got some U clamps drilled holes in the plate for the U clamps and screwed them ontothe brackets, we put the u clamps on the frame and replaced all the nuts with lock nuts and i dont think it will come off. cant ride for a couple days because of all the rain we have but ill keep you posted [=

y not ride in the rain thats the most fun :yes:

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