Bass Pro Shops® Battery Trays

   

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11" x 7"/8-3/4"w/tabs

For Group 24 batteries

12-5/8" x 7"/8-3/4"w/tabs

For Group 27 batteries

13"x 7-1/4"/8-5/8"w/tabs

For Group 31 batteries

  • Fits into limited space
  • Easy to install
  • Polypropylene hold-down strap
Here's a battery tray that fits into limited space and is simple to install. Polypropylene hold-down strap has a positive locking, quick-disconnect buckle matched with a molded base that makes battery changes quick and easy.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not what I expected I ordered the tray meant for 29/31 size batteries. As another review pointed out, it did not come with any hardware as stated. It was only a tray and a strap. I expected a 29/31 BPS branded tray (see the ad where it says they are BPS branded) with screw tabs the same distance apart like the 24 and 27 trays have. However this tray is the T-M Marine tray they also sell in-store. If you are upgrading from one of the other BPS trays, the holes in your boat will not line up with the tabs on this 29/31 tray. I am not going to drill any more holes in the boat and will either return this tray or find a workaround for it. Item number 38-502-340-00 should be listed separately from the other two BPS trays. August 23, 2007
Rated 3 out of 5 by Parts Missing Packaging states mounting hardware included. Screws were not included had to go to local hardware store to get screws. February 12, 2007
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I place the tray in my boat between the cranking battery and the trolling battery where no tray was installed and there was plenty of room
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The Battery Tray fits into a limited space and is simple to install where you need to place the tray. There should be no reason for this tray to damage the bottom of your boat. Thanks
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Yes, the battery tray may be installed as space allows. You will need to bolt the tray to the deck/bottom with the screws provided.
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