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Thread: Discovery 2 Dual Battery Tray

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    Discovery 2 Dual Battery Tray

    Hi Everyone,

    Updated 16/01/2015

    Trays are now on sale for $149!

    You can now order these trays from my website: Overland Designs

    This Battery Tray replaces the factory tray on 1999-2004 Discovery 2 models (either TD5 or V8 engines), and allows fitting of two Optima D34 sized batteries. The tray uniquely incorporates a mount for the TD5's ECU (computer).

    The Battery Tray uses existing factory mounting holes and bolts, and requires no modifications to your vehicle for fitting. It is CAD designed and CNC fabricated from mild steel, then powder coated with a zinc undercoat and a satin black top coat. The kit contains mounting bolts for ECU, and protective pinch weld for exposed edges on vehicle.

    These are a revised design that is better finished than the previous trays. They have been laser cut and precision folded to a very high standard - I'm very happy with how these have turned out.

    If you'd like any more information, either visit the website Overland Designs or send me a PM.

    Cheers, Carl





    Last edited by carldjohnston; 16th January 2015 at 02:03 PM. Reason: Sale price

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    The rest of these will sell like hot cakes. If you are after a dual battery tray for the disco then you should get in quick. These are very well made.
    We have a select range of products to suit your needs.From radiators,alternators,starter motors,water pumps,battery isolators,solar panels and more.Feel free to email for any enquiries including prices at carand4wdparts@gmail.com or PM.
    Chris

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    I'll take one...pm sent.

    Kev
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    If I don't take one, I'll be sorry later. PM to follow
    Towtug Apr 19 D4 MY10 2.7 6 speed with LLAMS, long range tank and other goodies - for towing "The Brick"
    Bessie Aug 13 MY95 RRC LSE Vogue SoftDash with MY99 TD5 and 4HP24 transplant - in the LR garage since Apr 18
    SADLY SOLD Disco Dan MY04 D2a TD5 auto Classic Nov 11 - Jun 19

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    Just to clarify, these seven boxes won't fit a D2A, but there will be some made shortly that will; I'll post these up when they're finalised.

    Cheers, Carl

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    Talking Dual battery

    Hi, I'll bite the bullet and take one too, BUT, I don't know my way around the site too well, please give me a heads up as to how to contact you.

    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by nismine01 View Post
    Hi, I'll bite the bullet and take one too, BUT, I don't know my way around the site too well, please give me a heads up as to how to contact you.

    Mike
    Hi Mike,

    Got your PM, thanks; either PM or replying to this thread would be fine.

    Here are a couple of pictures of the tray installed in rangieman's D2:

    Battery Tray 042.jpg

    Battery Tray 040.JPG

    Cheers, Carl

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    Just out of curiosity, why don't these fit the d2a?...headlights?...mine is not the "a" so it's fine.

    Kev
    Kev
    2005 TDV6HSE D3
    2006 V8HSE D3
    99 TD5 D2 (Gone)
    97 RR Autobiography original (Gone)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TD50WA View Post
    Just out of curiosity, why don't these fit the d2a?...headlights?...mine is not the "a" so it's fine.

    Kev
    Hi Kev,

    The panel between the headlights and the engine bay is different between the models; specifically the headlight cables exits the light higher on the D2A, and they've deleted a mounting bolt that runs into this panel (exists on D2, not on D2A).

    The design change (on my tray) was to allow extra room for this cable, and to remove the mounting bolt hole.

    Cheers, Carl

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    Quote Originally Posted by carldjohnston View Post
    Hi Kev,

    The panel between the headlights and the engine bay is different between the models; specifically the headlight cables exits the light higher on the D2A, and they've deleted a mounting bolt that runs into this panel (exists on D2, not on D2A).

    The design change (on my tray) was to allow extra room for this cable, and to remove the mounting bolt hole.

    Cheers, Carl
    Ahhh, I guessed it would have to be because of the headlights somehow......now I know

    Cheers.
    Kev
    2005 TDV6HSE D3
    2006 V8HSE D3
    99 TD5 D2 (Gone)
    97 RR Autobiography original (Gone)

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