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Battery Terminal Clamp Boots Auto Car Truck on 2040-parts.com

US $3.99
Location:

Foxboro, Massachusetts, US

Foxboro, Massachusetts, US
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What you are bidding on is a positive and negative  battery terminal clamp boot set .They will protect you from shorts and they look good for that finishing touch.They will fit standard and universal clamps.You will never have any problems figuring out which ones pos. and which ones neg.  Good Luck and Happy Bidding!

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