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Left battery tray 1996 - 1998 6.5 diesel

Grisley1958

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Let me check. I never throw out a decent battery box when I scrap out one of those trucks. I'm working today but I can check tonight.
I'm pretty sure I have one for the '88- 94 but IIRC there is a difference.
 

Grisley1958

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Honestly, I've seen no difference between 94-98, I will have to check. They are all steel.
I believe you are correct in that they are all steel but there is a difference in the way they are made. Not to say you couldn't make an older one work, IIRC they are different because of the evap system mounted in the corner. Diesel trucks shouldn't have an issue. I could be wrong about that!
 

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I am mounting this on a Toro. I chose the tray I did, because it could mount with 4 bolts and 2 90 degree supports to mount on the outside of the frame.

I'm sure other applications for group 34/78 batteries will work. I just do not know what to look for soecifically.

One I looked at was wide across the front and I would have to cut it down or it would stick too far out from the frame.
 
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