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LiteGrip Standard Battery Mount

Article written by Moab Man

Date Added: 10/07/2007

Maybe it?s the looks, or maybe you?re tired of the rather weak OEM battery mount; either way LiteGrip has your battery covered.

Under the hood of your vehicle, you have this factory battery mount. The bracket is flimsy and tends to flex as you tighten it down. Too often the battery is not properly held in place. From experience, and first hand knowledge, we have borne witness to spilled battery acid, shorted electrical systems, melted paint from a tipped battery (potential for fire), and a battery that got loose and tried to escape out the bottom of a Jeep.
LiteGrips solution is this safe, and good looking, aftermarket anodized aluminum battery mount. The thumb screws utilize your existing 5/16" hardware, and the flat mounting surface applies even pressure across the top of the battery to properly secure it even in the worst of rolls.
Of course many of us have dumped our traditional batteries and upgraded to Optima batteries. The LiteGrip Battery Mount can be ordered to accommodate.

Final Thoughts

We like it! The anodized finish looks sharp, and we?re not concerned about the OEM mount crushing the battery corners.

Purchase / Vendor Info

Vendor Name: LiteGrip
Address: 1340 East Carrie Dr.
Fruit Heights, UT 84037
Phone: 801.546.1375
Contact Person: John Murdock
E-Mail Address:
Website: www.litegrip.com

Our Thank You's!

Thank you LiteGrip for another fine product that delivers both performance and good looks.

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