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    Anyone have a spare battery holder for a Dyane or 2cv that takes the weight of the battery and stops the firewall being opened up like a can of sardines ?

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    Do an internet search. There is a brace you need to make up/buy and install under the existing tray. Also, if you use one of those long life, light weight batteries, you'll have less of a problem!

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    Make one up yourself out of some aluminium. Have a search for 2CV Fun on the Citroen Forum, particularly on page 2 and this topic is covered with pictures, etc.

    I use the very small calcium batteries (cost about $99) as there isn't much that needs electricity on a 2CV.

    John

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