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Old 27-08-18
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Currently only have a 75amp aux battery sitting I the OEM main tray. For my swap, I only had to extend the winch power cables.
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Old 13-09-18
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As per the others, second battery tray up against the first wall. The holes are there already. Then put the crank/starter battery at the back track. The leads are long enough to swap straight over.

The original crank tray will fit up to 105ah battery. The battery sizes have reduced a lot in the last 3 years. Back then the 75ah was about the largest. Bought a new 105ah AGM last week and fits perfectly. (Donít believe the crap about the heat with the AGMís under the bonnet)

You will definitely need a DC/DC charger (Redarc do a good one) because the alternator in the Pajero wonít charge the ancillary battery by its self. If you think you might add solar later get the dual version.
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Old 21-09-18
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For the last 5 to 6 weeks I've been waiting for the Offroad Downunder trays to come back in stock, checking daily. Called about 3 times in that time and the standard answer is always:

'They are at the powder coaters, will be back in stock late this week or early next week'

Obviously a typical standard phrase to BS customers.

I'm now considering taking my cash somewhere else.

Are these Boss trays any good? Is it a direct fitment?
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Old 21-09-18
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There is this one on evilbay that I just found. Says can fit a N70
They also do a steel replacement for the main battery to by the looks of it
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Old 24-09-18
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I Have installed an Offroad battery tray and two bosch batteries along with a DC to Dc charger mounted to the Aux battery. I have just towed a van 6230 km and the battery set up has worked well keeping the car aux battery and the van battery at full charge.
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Old 25-09-18
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For the last 5 to 6 weeks I've been waiting for the Offroad Downunder trays to come back in stock, checking daily. Called about 3 times in that time and the standard answer is always:

'They are at the powder coaters, will be back in stock late this week or early next week'

Obviously a typical standard phrase to BS customers.

I'm now considering taking my cash somewhere else.

Are these Boss trays any good? Is it a direct fitment?
Bolt straight in and no mods needed.
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Old 05-10-18
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Update:

bought the BOSS tray, as I didn't want to support a company that BS their customers and contradicts themselves every time you call. Shame really as I had my mind set on the Offroad Downunder tray

The BOSS tray is very solid and fits perfectly. Was slightly cheaper aswell off ebay
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