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    Senior Member ronnydog's Avatar
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    My battery connector slowly started to deteriorate and I found a copper Terminal Lug that is very heavy duty. I cut and replaced it no more worries.











    My battery connector slowly started to deteriorate and I found a copper Terminal Lug that is very heavy duty. I cut and replaced it no more worries.

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    Very nice. Great timesaver when adding circuits for outlets too, I bet.



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    You might want to get some battery terminal grease.



    You can get packets at the checkout counter of any auto parts store or at the auto service counter at WalMart or Sam's Club.



    The grease will keep the corrosive gunk off the terminal & wire.
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