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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-16-2016, 01:22 AM Thread Starter
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Duetto - Battery tray size ?

Rust ate up most my Duetto's battery tray , and I didn't save it. Can one of you Duetto owners give me the With x length of the tray ?
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ST180 BATTERY SUPPORT PANEL - Classic Alfa

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That's the correct part for a later spider, such as a '69. You could use that in comjunction with their plastic box/heatshield. The Duetto's and other early 105 cars had a rectangulat full bottom battery box with radiused corners, and a metal heat shield. On my Super I just made a new bottom box, and welded the heat shield to it. I made my box a little shorter, using a slighjtly smaller battery, so can't give you the correct dimensions.
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That's the correct part for a later spider, such as a '69. You could use that in comjunction with their plastic box/heatshield. The Duetto's and other early 105 cars had a rectangulat full bottom battery box with radiused corners, and a metal heat shield. On my Super I just made a new bottom box, and welded the heat shield to it. I made my box a little shorter, using a slighjtly smaller battery, so can't give you the correct dimensions.
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Opps. I'm sorry. I should know better.

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Battery box

I just saw Jon's post from earlier this year. Looks like one is available from Wolf.

http://www.alfabb.com/bb/forums/spid...roduction.html

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Thanks , I might go with the one from Wolf , but It's going to cost $ 200 before it's on my door step. Making one however , is almost free. Has anyone tried Wolf's - and know it has a good fit ?
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place in switzerland (that is closer to Norway, if you are in Norway, as in Scandinavia?) italiaclassic.com/duetto automobile, does them too, finish looks nicer than the wolf, 129 CHF (about 130 USD)
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