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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Mar 12th, 10, 07:35 AM Thread Starter
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After-Market Battery Cables?

I need new battery cables for a non-factory correct resto.

Plain Jane vert with refreshed engine bay.

Can anybody recommend what they've used from Napa or elsewhere?

Part numbers would be great, if possible.

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Re: After-Market Battery Cables?

Found by searching
https://www.camaros.net/forums/showth...battery+cables

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Re: After-Market Battery Cables?

Autozone ???? has them in clear plastic wrappers with lengths and in side post or top post styles.

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Re: After-Market Battery Cables?

What's a plain-jane CONVERTIBLE???

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Mine's a PJ vert, Fred. Started with a 307/PG/PS, radio and heater!


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Re: After-Market Battery Cables?

The AutoZone Duralast Gold are pretty good for pre-made. I think they are 2 ga. I made mine from 1 ga. I bought from Napa, cut to fit and had the copper lugs put on then I added adhesive lined shrink tube.

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Re: After-Market Battery Cables?

I custom made up my own...ever consider doing this? Then you can apply any sort of terminal end that you want, esp if you have extra wires to connect as in subs/amps/etc.

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Nothin' to it. Here's my sailboat. Ya can't buy this stuff.

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