Battery Terminal Protector Cover Kit
Universal Fit, Rubber
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- (1) Speedway Black Battery Terminal Protector Cover
- (1) Speedway Red Battery Terminal Protector Cover
Speedway Battery Terminal Protector Covers
Use these black battery terminal covers to impove the appearance of your battery connections. These battery terminal covers help protect against corrosion and shorting.
- Includes both balck and red battery terminal protectors
- Improve the appearance of your battery connections
- Protect against corrosion and shorting
- Overall Length: 3.25"
- Overall Width: 1.63"
- Overall Height: 0.88"
- Hole Diameter: 0.625"
- Material Type: Rubber
- 1" tall from base to beginning of taper
- Wire inlet is 3/4" long with a 5/8" inside diameter
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
What's In The Kit
Black Battery Terminal Protector CoverPart # 91057242Qty x 1
Red Battery Terminal Protector CoverPart # 91057241Qty x 1
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