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Heavy Duty Starter Terminal Protectors (black And Red) on 2040-parts.com

US $2.50
Location:

Dania, Florida, United States

Dania, Florida, United States
Heavy Duty Starter Terminal Protectors (Black and Red), US $2.50, image 1

 13 total Heavy Duty Starter Terminal Protectors. (8 black, 5 red)

Protects alternator & electrical system from power surges & shorts 
 Reduce risk of battery explosion caused by sparks
 Made from PVC rated to 190ºF 
Color coded for easy identification
 Conforms to SAE J1128 dielectric specifications, meets OSHA & USCG requirements

Item Description / Condition: With the exception of new parts all of the pictures are of the actual items for sale. Please review all pictures thoroughly as this is your best measure of the items actual condition. We will do our best to point out any defects, wear, or damage. We are happy to provide additional photos and answer any and all questions you may have about an item, we want to ensure that you are knowledgeable about the item you are purchasing. In the event you choose to return an item please follow our return policy.

Shipping Damage: In the event that an item is received damaged the buyer must at time of receipt send photos of the damaged item and save all packaging materials so that we may file a claim with the shipper. This is critical as we package all in accordance with the Safe Transit Guideline-3A. Please allow the required time necessary for the claim to process and do not request a return with eBay. We will keep you updated as to the status of claim and issue a refund immediately after notification by the shipper of the claim being closed. 

International Buyers: We insure all of our shipments for the value that is paid for them, many times at our own expense. In doing so we must reflect this value on the commercial invoices that accompany the shipments. Please do not ask us to under report the value so you can circumvent your countries taxes and duties, we will not take the risk of under insuring a shipment nor do we choose to summit fraudulent paper work to a governmental entity. Additionally; we are a brick and mortar business and typically do give out "gifts". We do appreciate and value our out of country buyers and will do everything to ensure a proper purchasing and shipping experience. 

Domestic Buyers: All shipments will be priced as shipping to a "residential" address let us know if you have a verified "commercial" address and I will ship at the lower rate. 


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