A while back I bought a group 47 Antigravity battery, that wouldn't fit on the factory battery tray, the group 47 battery is taller than the 91 the car came with, so the OE bracket wouldn't work. I figured a strap solution would do the trick, but I ended up adding too much lightness, and the battery would slide to the right on left corners (it held tight in right corners and wouldn't slide left for some reason). To resolve the lateral sliding, I put in NASA cardboard to take up that space. (I wasn't terribly worried about heat/fire, since the auto ignition temperature of the cardboard is 250C and the thermal runaway temperature of the battery is 150C, meaning by the time the cardboard ignites the battery is already burning the car to the ground.) Well, the NASA cardboard and BDSM straps didn't give me the warm and fuzzies, so I made a new battery bracket. The bracket I made, isn't pretty, but it is functional. Since the new battery is 1/8th the weight of the AGM OE, I can get away with it being smaller and lighter.
Simplify then add lightness > beautify then add lightness.
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