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Longacre 52-48000 Rear Battery cable kit - 10 ft. #2 cable
Longacre 52-48000 Rear Battery cable kit - 10 ft. #2 cable

Longacre 52-48000 Rear Battery cable kit - 10 ft. #2 cable

Universal Fit, 10 ft. Overall Length, 2-gauge Gauge Thickness

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Longacre 52-48000 Rear Battery cable kit - 10 ft. #2 cable
Longacre 52-48000 Rear Battery cable kit - 10 ft. #2 cable
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  • The longer your battery cables are, the heavier gauge they need to be
  • Ends are factory soldered
  • Kit includes high amp battery cable, end terminals, color coded terminal boots to prevent arcing, Firebraid insulation, firewall grommet, Adel clamps and wire ties

84 strand, 10' #2 cable - battery behind driver

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