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Old 01-10-2018, 05:15 PM
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That’s the reason for the felt-type washers under the clamps Pop? I can see some on Bills pic. I recall those being impregnated with some sort of Gunk chemistry.
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Thatís the reason for the felt-type washers under the clamps Pop? I can see some on Bills pic. I recall those being impregnated with some sort of Gunk chemistry.
And notice in the first pic, the corroded terminal did not have the felt washer. Are they the perfect solution? I don't think so, but they can't hurt.


I like using the washers, and Autozone pushes them hard with every battery sale, along with an overpriced packet of the grease.


NCP2 makes the washers impregnated with the same NOCO. I didn't buy them because they were not color coded.
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I bought these instead, because they were a twin pack, and I like the black color for ground better than the green.
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These are the military style clamps I mentioned.


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Those clamps are all I use these days also.
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