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    Does anyone know where to get the rubber boot 90* terminal covers, for #14 wire -battery cable size?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone Green View Post
    Does anyone know where to get the rubber boot 90* terminal covers, for #14 wire -battery cable size?
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    Try terminal supply they have a lot of stuff

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    Randy, You can get these at most Army Surplus stores, pretty cheap too ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Franger View Post
    Randy, You can get these at most Army Surplus stores, pretty cheap too ....
    Dave, he was looking for wiring supplies, not Alaskan date night accessories
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    1. Randy, You can get these at most Army Surplus stores, pretty cheap too ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by David 519 View Post
    Dave, he was looking for wiring supplies, not Alaskan date night accessories



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    Oops .... I suppose I shudda read more than just the thread title huh ......

    Anyways Randy, for Beavers you need to go a bit North of you .... there's Ducks there too .... place called Orreygun or sumptin like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone Green View Post
    Does anyone know where to get the rubber boot 90* terminal covers, for #14 wire -battery cable size?
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    Like thses? When did #14 wire become battery cable size? Thats like household wire size for lights and plugs.






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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Like thses? When did #14 wire become battery cable size? Thats like household wire size for lights and plugs.


    I think he is wanting the small black boots like on the back of a chevy alternator + wire

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    Hey Randy. Check out page 270 of the Fisheries Supply catalog. They have all types for wire sizes beginning with 18 all the way up to 4/0.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Like this? they are as common as spit at almost any auto store.
    Dorman Conduct-Tite! 85684 - Alternator Wire Boot | O'Reilly Auto Parts
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    What I'm looking for is a rubber boot to cover a terminal ...like the one Bob showed us..But they come in differant sizes
    like #14 thru- cabel size, for example, cover the terminals on the coil thru- terminals on the starter+ battery disconet
    Many-Many boats had these when they were new so where did they come from?
    I'm on a mission now..Thanks John I'll check that out
    its such a clean look, plus keeps the terminal dry...Thanks!!

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    Thanks for the help,I really did find what I wanted....But it was for Aviation,Big $$$ for some cheap ass rubber Damn-its
    so fuck it I raped a Merc. Out Board, and got close to what I was looking for
    You know us Jet-Boaters....we have no Morals...............Deal with it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gone Green View Post
    Thanks for the help,I really did find what I wanted....But it was for Aviation,Big $$$ for some cheap ass rubber Damn-its
    so fuck it I raped a Merc. Out Board, and got close to what I was looking for
    You know us Jet-Boaters....we have no Morals...............Deal with it
    Shoot me a PM. Are you talking about terminal nipples?

    http://www.aircraftspruce.com/catalo...s/termnips.php
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