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Auto Meter IC-20 Replacement Inductive Amp Clamp
Auto Meter IC-20 Replacement Inductive Amp Clamp

Auto Meter IC-20 Replacement Inductive Amp Clamp

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Auto Meter IC-20 Replacement Inductive Amp Clamp
Auto Meter IC-20 Replacement Inductive Amp Clamp
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Replacement inductive amp clamp. 20ft lead with quick disconnect. For use with BVA-36/2, BVA-34, and BVA-2100.

  • Replacement inductive amp clamp.
  • 20ft lead with quick disconnect. For use with BVA-36/2, BVA-34, and BVA-2100.
  • 20ft lead with quick disconnect. For use with BVA-36/2, BVA-34, and BVA-2100.
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