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Roadmaster Towed Vehicle Charge Line Kit
Roadmaster Towed Vehicle Charge Line Kit Battery Charger
156-25 Roadmaster Battery Charge Line Kit for Towed Vehicles


 
US$ $48.95
Origin: Made in the USA

Product Code: RM-156-25
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Description
 

NEVER pull the
battery cable to tow!
NEVER drain the
battery while towing!

These simple, easy-to-install kits help maintain the vehicle’s battery charge while in tow, supplying up to 15 Ampere of current. They also extend battery life by providing a constant maintenance charge during towing.

Eliminate the inconvenience and danger of pulling your battery cable with a battery disconnect. Just connect it and forget it — after the initial installation, the vehicle can be towed and then driven without any further adjustment to the battery ever!

A Battery Disconnect is ideal for anyone towing a vehicle which must be towed with the battery cable disconnected. A Battery Disconnect provides a positive current source for break away systems or other accessories which must be connected to the battery.

Note: the 766 is not for use with diesel engine vehicles. A gasoline engine will typically surge less than 100 amps during starting. Due to the very high compression ratio of diesels, they can surge up to ten times that amount, causing the solenoid to fail.

Features
  • NEVER pull the
    battery cable to tow!
    NEVER drain the
    battery while towing!

    Eliminate the inconvenience and danger of pulling your battery cable with a battery disconnect. Just connect it and forget it — after the initial installation, the vehicle can be towed and then driven without any further adjustment to the battery ever!

    A Battery Disconnect is ideal for anyone towing a vehicle which must be towed with the battery cable disconnected. A Battery Disconnect provides a positive current source for break away systems or other accessories which must be connected to the battery.

    Note: the 766 is not for use with diesel engine vehicles. A gasoline engine will typically surge less than 100 amps during starting. Due to the very high compression ratio of diesels, they can surge up to ten times that amount, causing the solenoid to fail.


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