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  • Here is what a 20 foot set of 1/0 AWG Quick disconnect EXTREME Jumper Cables Looks Like
         These feature 800 amp battery clamps, and the heavy duty 350 Amp* quick disconnects.
    (*Continuous duty rating; short term or "starting current" rating much higher)
           
    NOTE: ALL PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO RAPID CHANGES IN RAW MATERIAL PRICES.
  • The Current Price for a set of these is $274.95 USD. [P/N: 0-JCS_QD_20] ( Plus Shipping and Handling)
    This price includes the Bucket Boss Jumper Cable Bag and the 5 foot outlet shown above.  

  • The Current Price for a 25 foot set 2 AWG Quick Disconnect Heavy Duty Jumper Cables with a 175 Amp Quick Disconnect is $224.95 USD. [P/N: 2-JCS_QD_25] ( Plus Shipping and Handling) [ Similar to cables shown above but not a powerful ] This price includes the Bucket Boss Jumper Cable Bag  and the 5 foot outlet shown above.  

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Custom Lengths and Gauges are Available Upon Request

Some of the more common available options are:



500 Amp Parrot Stlye Battery Clamps
(Replaces 800 amp clamps & Reduces Price of Set by $9.50 USD)
Plastic Lockout-Tagout Lock (Keep the kids out)
( Add $10.00 USD to the Price of a Set)

Below are the components that go into making this set.   And then father down are images and description of the assembly process.

  Here are some shots of the welding cable used. (NOTE: The inner liner is made of rubber and not paper to help reduce moisture from being wicked into the cable thus helping to reduce the potential for corrosion.)

Here is short a video demonstrating the incredible flexibility of these cables (Aprox 1.33MB) .

Here are the Terminal Lugs and and quick disconnect connectors used. Note that I do not use bare copper, only plated or tinned connectors.
 
Here are the cable strain relief clamps, 800 amp jumper clamps, and the quick disconnect connector with pulling handle.


The Assembly Process

Cable is crimped to the jumper clamp terminals with 14 Ton hydraulic crimper shown below.
   

This is the 14 Ton Thomas & Betts Hydraulic Crimper used to install connectors:
 

Cables are stripped then crimped to the quick disconnect connector, these connectors come silver plated.
   

After being crimped, the connector and cable are covered with silicone sealant and then a heat shrink tubing is applied to complete the connections. 
   

 An identical process is used to install the cable lugs used to connect to the (+) positive & (-) negative terminals on the host vehicle. [Battery (+) or starter solenoid for positive & the battery (-) or engine block]
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Here are pictures after the terminals have been inserted in the quick disconnect connector and the cable clamp and pulling handle and dust cover have been installed.
  
 


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