I'm totally down to wait. Just PM me if you ever make more.NotcherB,,,
Getting flat spots on my tires is not what I was worried about.
Putting the transmission in to neutral will allow the wheels to spin, so I can attach a strap and tow my Passport with another car, without damaging the drivetrain was my goal.
The plate is made out of a scrap piece of 1/8" thick aluminum.
1. I cut/drilled out a 3/16" x 1 1/16" slot, for the bent bar to slide in to and labeled it.
2. I drilled a 1/4" hole to slide over the OEM battery tie down's bolt.
3. I drilled a hole, to install a 1/4" nut and bolt, then used my grinder to make it pointed.
4. I cut two ea. 3/8" x 5/8" slots in the side of the plate, so it would fit over the edge of the OEM battery cross bar, as seen in photo 17.
Getting the plate level:
I slid the plate over the bent bar, so that the plate was level with the battery's 6 inch tie down bar. I marked my bent bar (while it was over the nipple). I drilled a 1/4" hole about 3/8" below my mark and installed a nut and bolt, so that the plate is both level and pushing downwards (on my bent bar), when in its final position.
Now you see how I made mine and how it works.
Though, I can see making them and giving them away, my contraption has no value and can't be re-sold like the Honda 07AAA-TZ3A100 tool. It took me 14 months to get photos posted, so don't wait for me to start an assembly line.