JUMPER CABLE ACCESSORIES
2000 Cadillac El Dorado • V8 FWD Automatic • 79,000 miles
Hey just wondering if you car experts have any knowledge of this... When I was a lot younger in my teens I bought a set of copper jumper cable adapters for jumping batteries with side post terminals. They were about 4 inches long... they had hollow copper tubing for the main part of the body and then flattened out into a fork or 2 prongs. you put the tube part down into the jumper cable connectors and then slide the fork part down onto the side terminal nipple. It made jumping a side post battery very easy and you always had a good connection... Anyway..... anyone know where you can get them or who makes them... I found some at truck/tow.com but they look pretty cheesy... the ones i\I had were really sturdy and well made. Think I paid like 5 bucks for them in 1979.. Any thoughts? Thanks in advanced. Ted.
June 21, 2012.
June 21, 2012.
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