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ACCEL 1856 Battery Cable Terminal, 2 Gauge, 16 pack with Eyelets
ACCEL 1856 Battery Cable Terminal, 2 Gauge, 16 pack with Eyelets

ACCEL 1856 Battery Cable Terminal, 2 Gauge, 16 pack with Eyelets

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ACCEL 1856 Battery Cable Terminal, 2 Gauge, 16 pack with Eyelets
ACCEL 1856 Battery Cable Terminal, 2 Gauge, 16 pack with Eyelets
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  • This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 3 business days for Accel to ship this item.
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These ACCEL Battery terminal ends come in many different sizes and quantities to fit your needs.

ACCEL 1856, Batt Cable Terminal, Eyelet, 2 Gauge, 3/8 Hole, Set of 16

  • Compression Fitting 2G (qua 16)
  • Simple Twist & Screw Connection
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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