I know this is an old post but I think I found it. Click link and you see the switch panel and the entire truck. http://www.ebay.com/itm/2015-Chevrolet-Silverado-2500-/272247361943?vxp=mtr&nma=true&si=tBxRLyk6xJxl%252Bu4RJgh2w%252B0eRtc%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557
Problem solved. The Chevrolet provided TRAY is strong enough to handle a battery. It only took less than ten dollars for parts and drilling a single hole. Parts from my local AutoZ….. Not sure if I can say their name. Part No’s 06061 and 0200 Battery Hold downs by Lynx. I took the TRAY out for the necessary drilling. Drilling location is your choice. I used the original hole location for the battery tie down as one. The other one was located on the other side of the battery by the window washer neck. That’s the one I drilled. DO NOT try and drill with the TRAY still in the vehicle. AKA my disclaimer “You are responsible for your own mods”. The rest should be straight forward. Look at the pictures. Sorry see next post for picture
This is the message my dealer printed for me, Engineering Notes Details Part Number: 23231841 Description: PART NO 23231841. TRAY ASSEMBLY. WILL NOT HOLD A BATTERY & DUAL BATTERIES ARE NOT A PRODUCTION OPTION. ALSO PAR-TECH IS NOT ABLE TO ASSIST CONVERTING THE VEHICLE.
Funny, my first post in 8 years and it's about the battery tray. Just got back from parts department and they told me that 2016 does NOT have a battery tray. Just a place holder for other parts. 2014 will not fit into 2016, we did try that and it will need to be modified and drilled. 2014 and 2016 are different part numbers. Look's like Iam going to have to get creative.
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