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Odyssey PC925 Battery Installed in Teryx

Discussion in 'Teryx Electrical, Stereo and Lighting Forum' started by DLB, Mar 9, 2015.

  1. DLB

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    Just finished installing an Odyssey PC925. Used the existing hardware to install plus:
    (2) 3/8-16"x8" hex bolts
    (2) 3/8" hex nuts
    It cost about $2.70 for the nuts and bolts, plus I had to slightly drill out the holes on the battery tray and top bracket for the 3/8" bolts to slide through.
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  2. Bettykant

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    Looks great! Any reason you chose odyssey over a optima? Will be upgrading mine soon as well.
     
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    Did not realize it was that easy, thanks!
     
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  4. DLB

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    Thanks @Bettykant. I went with the Odyssey because it seems to be a fairly popular choice for the Teryx.

    @Ludicrous Speed, it really was a piece of cake. The hardest part was getting all those wires to cram onto the terminals for my lights, stereo, etc. I need to do a fuse block next.
     
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  5. GoodtimesGoodfriends

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    Sweet!!! Love mine!​
     
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    Pictures of yours inspired me. I didn't see any reason to use a $90 aftermaket battery tray when stock hardware works fine with a little modification.
     
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    Nice write up @DLB.
     
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    The only thing I have run to my battery is the winch contactor. Everything else is off of the fuse block. I might have to do this, since the stock battery won't keep up with my big light and the winch when plowing.
     
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    That's what I have planned. Will probably pick up one of these:
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  10. Magellan

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    I had no idea it was so easy. I have the 90 dollar trays but I definitely do not regret going with the 925's. Big improvement over stock especially when you plow or run accessories.
     
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  11. flash03gt

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    GTGF helped convince me that I needed one too. Now if only UPS would deliver it....
     
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    I need a commission:D
     
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  13. flash03gt

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    UPS finally came through (2 days late)! Now I have a PC925 in my Teryx. :D
     
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  14. Magellan

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    I still have to install mine in the T2. Good project for me and the son this weekend to get him off the games. :)
     
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    Waiting on that brown truck was the hardest part for me too.
     
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    When my OEM Battery gets weak this is probably what I'll do as well, it is cozy up in there trying to get wires back on, lol.
     
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