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75 Ancor Brand Marine Grade Pigtail Terminals For 14-16 Ga. Wire on 2040-parts.com

US $12.95
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Manchester Township, New Jersey, United States

Manchester Township, New Jersey, United States
Condition:New Brand:ancor Manufacturer Part Number:1416PT

75 Pak of top quality Ancor Brand pigtail marine grade terminals for 14 to 16 gauge wire. These have tinned copper crimp tubes for a corrosion proof seal & extra thick see thru insulators to make sure your wire is seated well.  Our price includes free next day shipping in the USA, a money back guarantee & tax.   Check out my other items!   Be sure to add me to your favorites list!   Thanks for looking, Capt. Bob

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