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Remote Battery Stud
Remote Battery Stud
Universal Fit, 1.00" Stud Length
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These remote battery studs are 200 amp rated and works well to establish remote battery in applications where multiple accessories need battery power. The red is used to identify battery power and the black is used to establish system wide ground back to the battery. These remote battery studs are ideal for fiberglass bodies.
- 200 amp Rated
- Works well to establish remote battery power in applications where multiple accessories need battery power
- Red to identify Battery Power, Black to establish system wide ground back to the battery
- Ideal for fiberglass bodies!
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Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations
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