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Old 24-10-21, 15:12
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Default I can't find this style battery terminal protectors

Not sure where I found these simple rubber protectors, but I am looking for a bunch more for the restorations and other vehicles in the driveway.

Any suggestions or leads?
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Old 24-10-21, 16:27
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5940-00-738-6272
https://www.unetgow.com/index.php?ma...ucts_id=588394


They were used on many many vehicles. In Cdn service most notably the M151A2. There is another piece of equipment in Cdn service that was still using these, as I ordered some thru the CFSS just a few years ago for the museums M151A2.
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Old 24-10-21, 18:32
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Default Terminal protectors

I'm having a side conversation with Jacques Rioux for a dozen of them - 8 for the two Jeeps and a couple of spares.
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Old 24-10-21, 19:11
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I used to use them on just about everything. They usually prevent an oops when something like a wrench is dropped over the batteries, or a battery bracket comes lifts or comes loose.
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Old 25-10-21, 02:52
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Hmm, those look exceedingly useful. Especially in an M151 series vehicle where the battery cover is one cosmic blip from becoming a short circuit.

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Old 26-10-21, 05:21
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standard fitting of eight per battery box on the M113 series
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Old 26-10-21, 12:24
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standard fitting of eight per battery box .......
And they're supplied in packs of 10! Hmm....

Rob must have dozens stashed away by now!
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