Huh, I wouldn't have thought a bungie cord would satisfy the SCCA rules.
Agreed that it's a good thing to do regardless.
Word on the street is that MGB73 said:
> I use a bungie cord. It wraps around the battery frame and the battery
> pretty easily. Satifies the AutoX requirements. I also think it is a good
> thing to do regarless, since it keeps your battery from flopping around and
> getting damaged.
> 73 MGB NAMGBR San Diego MG Club
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Skye Poier" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "MG Nuts" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, December 10, 1999 12:45 PM
> Subject: Battery Tiedown
> > Hello,
> > As part of my quest to do AutoX next year, I need to secure my battery.
> > I am using a single group 26 battery in the passenger's side bin.
> > Do any of the securing things in the Moss catalog work with the single
> > 12 volt? Are there any places to attach the "hooks" to in the bin
> > in my 66 B or do I have to drill something?
> > I would like to put the battery in one of those plastic tubs as well;
> > I'm guessing I'll have to make some holes in the bottom of the bin
> > for the securing device, in addition to a holes in the side for the
> > battery leads.
> > Skye
> > --
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