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Red Welding Cable - Battery Cable, 25 Foot, 2ga
Red Welding Cable - Battery Cable, 25 Foot, 2ga

Red Welding Cable - Battery Cable, 25 Foot, 2ga

Oval Track Cars, 25 ft. Overall Length, 2-gauge Gauge Thickness, Red

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Red Welding Cable - Battery Cable, 25 Foot, 2ga
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Welding cable has always been preferred by chassis builders to use for battery cables. This welding cable is made with very fine copper wire and insulated with synthetic rubber. This welding cable is more flexible than a battery cable, especially in cold temperatures and it is easier to route into tight spaces.

  • 2ga
  • 25 foot
  • Red
  • 100% copper cable for maximum conductivity
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