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Motorcycle Jumper Cables - 12 Foot, 10 Gauge, 300 AMP Booster Cable Kit

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Never Leave Home Without Them



When your motorcycle, motor bike, ATV, four wheeler, three wheeler or other vehicle needs a boost, you'll be ready with this booster cable kit. Iron Forge Tools' tangle-free, color-coded jumper cables are easy-to-use and will have your vehicle up and running in no time. The 12 foot cables allow room for connecting one vehicle to the other. When you're done, store the jump cables in the complimentary case so you can get back on the road and continue your adventure.


How to Use Jumper Cables




  1. With both vehicles turned off, connect the red cable to the positive (+) post of the non-working battery.


  2. Connect the other end of the red cable to the positive post of the working battery.


  3. Connect the black cable to the negative (-) post of the working battery.


  4. Connect the other end of the black cable to a metal point on the non-working motorcycle, such as a bolt or bracket away from the battery.


  5. Then, start the working vehicle.


  6. After a minute or two, start the disabled vehicle. Let it run for several minutes before turning it off, so the battery can recharge.


  7. Disconnect the cables in reverse order from how you connected them.


Item is new and is guaranteed to work upon arrival.

Never Leave Home Without Them



When your motorcycle, motor bike, ATV, four wheeler, three wheeler or other vehicle needs a boost, you'll be ready with this booster cable kit. Iron Forge Tools' tangle-free, color-coded jumper cables are easy-to-use and will have your vehicle up and running in no time. The 12 foot cables allow room for connecting one vehicle to the other. When you're done, store the jump cables in the complimentary case so you can get back on the road and continue your adventure.


How to Use Jumper Cables




  1. With both vehicles turned off, connect the red cable to the positive (+) post of the non-working battery.


  2. Connect the other end of the red cable to the positive post of the working battery.


  3. Connect the black cable to the negative (-) post of the working battery.


  4. Connect the other end of the black cable to a metal point on the non-working motorcycle, such as a bolt or bracket away from the battery.


  5. Then, start the working vehicle.


  6. After a minute or two, start the disabled vehicle. Let it run for several minutes before turning it off, so the battery can recharge.


  7. Disconnect the cables in reverse order from how you connected them.


Item is new and is guaranteed to work upon arrival.


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