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T-Spec VBTPN Positive or Negative Battery Terminal with (4) 0 Gauge or (4) 4/8/10 Gauge outputs

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T-Spec VBTPN Positive or Negative Battery Terminal with (4) 0 Gauge or (4) 4/8/10 Gauge outputs with bolt-on post for factory harness retention

Brass Plated 8-Position Positive/Negative Battery Terminal by T-Spec¬ģ. This product is made of high-quality materials to serve you for years to come. Designed using state-of-the-art technology and with customers in mind. It will meet your needs and deliver great quality at an affordable cost.¬†


  • Replacement positive or negative battery terminal for easy power distribution
  • Add-a-Post system for retention of the factory terminal connector
  • Allows neat, clean and compact installation while providing insulation for safe and secure connection
  • For positive or negative battery post use (adapter sleeve included)
  • Includes (1) positive and (1) negative bolt-on post for retaining factory vehicle terminal
  • Solid brass construction for maximum conductivity
  • Black nickel finish
  • T20 Torx screws


  • (4) 4/8/10 AWG outputs (set screw)
  • (4) 1/0-10 AWG outputs (ring terminal)
  • Positive or Negative Battery post clamp

(1) Universal positive or negative battery terminal
(1) positive
(1) negative bolt-on post

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