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You'll Like These New Booster Cables
You don't even have to raise the hood of your car or pickup to connect the new-style Saf-T-Jump booster cables introduced by N and H Mfg., Turlock, Cal. Unlike conventional booster cables which have.to be clamped onto the battery terminal, these new cables plug into external terminals mounted on the fender or other convenient location on cars, trucks and tractors.
"It makes jumpering a lot easier and safer. What's more, it offers more protection from acid spills and possible explosions resulting when sparks ignite battery gases," explains Jerry Hargett, inventor.
Saf-T-Jump cables come indifferent sets, allowing you to adapt the hookup to one vehicle, or to an entire fleet of cars, trucks and tractors.
The cables are made of No. 4 welding cable and coated with neoprene so they don't stiffen up and crack in cold weather. Each cable is made up of 430 individual strands of copper wire. Consequently, even on 20 ft. long cables, there's virtually no voltage drop through the cables themselves, the manufacturer points out. A pair of 20 ft. Saf T-Cables complete with one pair of fendermounted terminals sells for $64.99.
For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, N and H Mfg. ,1136 N. Front St., Turlock, Cal. 95380 (ph 209 667-1882).

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