8M0092072

Motorguide Quick Disconnect Battery Terminals

Motorguide Quick Disconnect Battery Terminals

Description

The MotorGuide Quick Disconnect Battery Terminals allow for quick removal, charging, and storage of your boat or vehicle battery.

Features

  • For Use With 4-6 Gauge Wires
  • Maximum 800 Amps
  • Insulated For Protection
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$19.99
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Details

Ideal for battery installs in tight spaces. Fits 4 to 6 gauge wires and is rated for 500 amps continuous, 800 amps surge at 12 volts. Constructed of copper zinc alloy. Easy to identify red and black covers prevent the risk of electrical shock.


  • Jump cables can be attached without removing connectors



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Motorguide Quick Disconnect Battery Terminals 8M0092072 Quick Disconnect Battery Terminals
$19.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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