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Taylor 20034 Diamondback Braided Stainless Battery Cable-34 Inch
Taylor 20034 Diamondback Braided Stainless Battery Cable-34 Inch

Taylor 20034 Diamondback Braided Stainless Battery Cable-34 Inch

Universal Fit, 34" Overall Length, .35" Wire Diameter, 4-gauge Gauge Thickness, Silver

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Taylor 20034 Diamondback Braided Stainless Battery Cable-34 Inch
Taylor 20034 Diamondback Braided Stainless Battery Cable-34 Inch
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GTIN Code:
088197200342
MFG. Part #:
20034
Overall Length:
34"
Gauge Thickness:
4-gauge
Wire Diameter:
.35"
Color:
Silver
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  • Braided alloy shielding resists high heat and abrasion
  • Heavy 4 gauge, 100% copper with SXL insulation
  • Solid brass battery terminals are 3 times more conductive than lead
  • Accents braided lines and hoses
  • Post terminal clamp is 3/4"
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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