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Old 08 December 2012, 20:09   #1
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Anderson Connectors

ok - now I have the connectors to charge my battery, I am thinking in installing two bigger cables to jump.

what your views on Anderson connectors -160 A version

I here they are used extensively on landrovers, since they have installed the battery under passenger seat...

my idea is to have the connector inside console, so splash proof filled with grease should be ok...
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I use them on the outside of my electronics tower to connect my battery to my motor, and so far don't seem to have a corrosion problem. Lots of grease probably helps.

They are commonly used on tow trucks for their jumper cables.
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