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Bogert Stainless Steel Battery Box With Lid For Piper PA-20 / 22

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Part# 11-13480
MFR Model# 06M-14064-07BA


Piper PA-20/22 Stainless Steel / Powdercoat Black Replacement Battery Box STC# SA01582SE

Many battery boxes in aircraft are 30, 40 or 50 years old and battery acid, vibration as well as time have taken their toll. Acid leaking into the belly of your airplane can severally damage the structure where you can't see it, between the laps of aluminum and the rivets.
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  • Direct bolt on replacement for Piper metal and plastic battery boxes
  • Heavy gauge stainless steel construction
  • Brass screw-in vent tubes
  • Many models approved, others pending approval
  • Made in the USA


  • PA-20 135: SN 934 & up
  • PA-20 S-135: ALL SN
  • PA-22 108: ALL SN
  • PA-22 135: SN 1021, 1022, 1024 & up
  • PA-22 S-135: ALL SN
  • PA-22 150: ALL SN
  • PA-22 S-150: ALL SN
  • PA-22 160: ALL SN
  • PA-22 S-160: ALL SN


  • STC/PMA FAA approved for most Piper Aircraft
  • Protects your investment
  • Replaceable vent fittings
  • Eliminates acid leaks in the aircraft
  • Improves starting performance
  • Eliminates extra connection on outside of the battery box
  • Positive battery box venting
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