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Trunk mounted solenoid bracket

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I'm mounting my solenoid in the trunk with my battery and disconnect on my 69 mustang and wanted to see what some of you guys have done to mount the solenoid and disconnect. I was thinking of a bracket off of the metal Taylor batery box. Another option was to fab a bracket and mount it on the part of the trunk where the hood hinges mount- not as clean I think but functional. What do you guys think?

Mike

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Here´s my trunk mounted solenoid, pics taken before completion of battery cables routing.
3rd gen Camaro.
Not using a battery disconnect.



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That's look nice and clean, but not sure it would work on my 69. The trunk is a different. where did you get the box you put the solenoid in?

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Here is a really nice way of doing it.
http://www.crankshaftcoalition.com/w..._mount_battery
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That's look nice and clean, but not sure it would work on my 69. The trunk is a different. where did you get the box you put the solenoid in?

Mike
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