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Genesis Quick Connect Cables including Jumper Cables

Genesis Offroad now offers a very nice set of quick connect cables.

Use the 18' cable to run from your battery to the rear bumper. It routes along the passenger side, between the body mounts and the gas tank.

The 7' cable will easily reach your front bumper, or use it on a trailer to connect the trailer's battery to your vehicle.

These are made of severe duty 2ga welding cable, with tin plated copper lugs on one end for connecting to your battery (or to the Genesis bus bars on our dual battery kit) and industry standard Anderson power pole connectors on the other end.

We wanted to protect your investment so these include durable boots over the connector housing as well as a cap over the end.

The jumper cables are 15' long and made of the same severe duty welding cable, but we use bonded 4ga to cut down on the weight. Still plenty of current carrying capacity to jump start even the largest engines, and extremely flexible for storing when you're done. Don't you just hate the crappy Chinese flimsy jumper clamps from the auto parts store? Our clamps are very heavy duty and strong. They will outlast your Jeep! Buy once, buy for life!














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Link to webpage is in his sig ,dude ....$139 bucks. Although, maybe that is incorrect part? Anyway....<edit: the jumper appears to be $95 and the above is $139. Are we adding those prices together to attain the QuickConnect and jumper ? now I see why you asked,my bad @cody48 >


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I view the forum on Tapatalk and apparently it doesn't show half the shit on the page.
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I view the forum on Tapatalk and apparently it doesn't show half the shit on the page.
No worries cody48! Here's the summary:

18' Quick Connect: $139
7' Quick Connect: $74
15' Jumper Cables: $95

You will find that our prices are competitive with other brands out there, but our cables use higher quality wire, and include the rubber boot protector over the connector housing as well as the rubber cap on the end. The other guys don't offer that, which leaves the connectors exposed to the sun, and they quickly fade to an ugly pink color. The boots also protect the housing if they are dropped on the ground. I hate breaking expensive stuff, so I want these cables to last a very long time!

Thanks for checking them out!
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