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4 or 8 Gauge AWG Gold Plated Set Screw Power or Ground Ring Terminal (Pair)

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Precio original $6.60 - Precio original $6.60
Precio original
$6.60 - $6.60
Precio actual $6.60

4 or 8 Gauge AWG Gold Plated Set Crew One Pair Power Ring Terminal

Upgrade your power or ground cable connections with One Pair of 4 or 8 Gauge Gold Power Ring Terminals. These high-quality terminals are gold-plated for maximum conductivity and corrosion resistance. They feature a 5/16" hole diameter stud size, fitting 4 or 8 gauge wire perfectly. The set screw securely holds the wire, ensuring a tight connection for optimal power transfer. With a red/black band design, it's easy to differentiate between positive and negative connections. Each package includes 2 pieces of gold-finished ring terminals. Enhance your audio or electrical systems with these ultra-conductive and stylish terminals.


  • 4 Gauge ring terminal (8 gauge using reducer)
  • Ideal for Power or Ground cable
  • 5/16" Hole Diameter Stud Size
  • Ultra conductive gold plated finish
  • Positive or negative power wire connections
  • A set screw holds the wire tight and secures it for maximum power transfer
  • Red/Black band to differentiate between positive and negative
  • Sold as pair

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