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Old 11-05-2019, 04:55 PM   #1
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Hi what size battery and any links been searching to much jargon r33 gtst the battery I have is small batteryís Iíve seen are much larger cheers itís a bit confusing regards
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Old 11-05-2019, 06:05 PM   #2
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This is what is on mine same size as a micra i believe. The only reason i keep this size is cause it just fits through where my strut brace is. This is the 3rd one in 11 years though.
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Thank you very much kind sir
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You can fit any size you like providing you have the space for it either in the engine bay or in the boot.
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I cut the side off the rear battery tray a bit and fitted a 096 battery in, was getting fed up with the standard sized 33 battery going flat all the time
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I just struggle to get mine in the gap cant be arsed to take strut brace out just to change battery...
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I cut the side off the rear battery tray a bit and fitted a 096 battery in, was getting fed up with the standard sized 33 battery going flat all the time
I understand your pain, that maybe an idea to be honest every couple of days flat I just want to get a new one start again
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I just struggle to get mine in the gap cant be arsed to take strut brace out just to change battery...
Lol do it
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Best mod I've done to date lol but it does require strut brace removal to get it out, but then because it's a bigger battery I dont have to take it out anywhere near as often, it's a 6 of 1 half a dozen of the other type scenario lol
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Yep i agree with you have thought about it more than once..lol
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