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QuadBoss has released a new Battery Isolator with and without a wiring kit.
Description P/N Retail Battery Isolator 60-8898 $80.69 Battery Isolator with Wiring Kit 60-8899 $109.19 Battery Isolator
•Designed for dual battery systems
•Connects between batteries only
•No alternator or ignition connection needed
•Protects electronics during start up
•Easy to install Battery Isolator with Wiring Kit
•One Battery Isolator
•One 24" #4 red cable, cut to length, with single 5/16" lug connector
•One 12" #4 red cable with 5/16" lug connectors
•One 12" #4 black cable with 5/16" lug connectors
•One 5/16" lug connectors
•One 3/8" lug connectors
•One 1 1/2" red shrink tubing
Link to QuadBoss Website - http://www.quadboss.com/battery-isolator.html
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