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TKR40006X – V3 Battery Tray

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hey guys
You now if the "TKR40006X – V3 Battery Tray "
fit to et48.3?
 

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When TEKNO first started out, they provided conversion kits for various brands of cars to convert from nitro to electric. It took a while before TEKNO finally created their first car themselves. While I don't believe this battery tray will be a direct fit for the ET48, it's possible that it may work on the NT48 chassis which is different from the ET48 chassis. Since the ET48 already has a custom spec tray, I don't understand why you would want to replace it?
 

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When TEKNO first started out, they provided conversion kits for various brands of cars to convert from nitro to electric. It took a while before TEKNO finally created their first car themselves. While I don't believe this battery tray will be a direct fit for the ET48, it's possible that it may work on the NT48 chassis which is different from the ET48 chassis. Since the ET48 already has a custom spec tray, I don't understand why you would want to replace it?
Thanks bro. I want to change the strips on the tray.
My "strips" in the tray...after i closet ..push forword the battery...and she hurt...you now what i meen?.
I wil photo this..
 

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I would replace the OEM tray, and if there is any gap between the battery and the front edge of the tray, then I would place a shim there to help fill the void. Cut a scrap piece of plastic, I have used a plastic servo horn from the kit as a spacer too.

Also very important to use all 3 velcro straps ;)
 

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I would replace the OEM tray, and if there is any gap between the battery and the front edge of the tray, then I would place a shim there to help fill the void. Cut a scrap piece of plastic, I have used a plastic servo horn from the kit as a spacer too.

Also very important to use all 3 velcro straps ;)
This hapen becous i jumps allot. The battery move back little bit and corved becoas the small plastic on the tray 20200924_214211.jpg
 

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Billl DeLong

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I recommend going with a hard case pack, it can handle a lot more abuse and will be less likely to shift like that.
 
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