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Inverter bracket or such

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I am looking for ideas to attach my inverter to my patrol. I have the trailboss 300w. But the problem is, that it has no bracket or holes that I can use to attach it to the vehicle
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I am not too fond of the idea of drilling holes in the inverter and don’t think it will be safe. I toyed with the idea of Velcro tape, but it won’t really hold it (especially if you try to push in a 200v plug).

Any ideas what I can use?
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You CAN with a NISSAN!

Jy KAN met 'n DATSUN!

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Twee plat staal straps met n stukkie rubber onder sal mooi werk

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