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What does everyone use to cover their ""Toolmaker"" Battery Terminals
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I ordered a pair for the front and rear batts..

Once I started looking more at them, I'd really like something to cover'em up... So that nothing can get shorted against them...

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Never used anything. Covers make it look cheap IMO
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Holy crap, those look real nice man!!! TM does some sharp work, thats for sure...

Don't get me wrong, I want them to look nice, but I'd rather them be safe, than on fire cause someone arked a wrench or something fell across them and caused a dead short...

This is going in my Daily driver, not my other ""Show Truck", or I'd be all about the looks...

Hardly anyone will even see these...


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Been wondering this myself. I know he has the more expensive set that come with covers but wouldn't mind saving a few bucks
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Holy crap, those look real nice man!!! TM does some sharp work, thats for sure...

Don't get me wrong, I want them to look nice, but I'd rather them be safe, than on fire cause someone arked a wrench or something fell across them and caused a dead short...

This is going in my Daily driver, not my other ""Show Truck", or I'd be all about the looks...

Hardly anyone will even see these...
Thanks, they're in my dd, one looks like shit under the hood. The others are burry'd in the trunk. OCD on my part. I hate the look of a ton of ring terminals on a single post. Even if no one can see em
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Could always use some type of paint
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Could always use some type of paint
I don't think aluminum paints well (especially in that environment) and will still conduct...
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I don't think aluminum paints well (especially in that environment) and will still conduct...
Plug the holes and plastidip beotches with two or three coats and that will work andlook sweet too you can get creative with the coats and make a design too

Only holes you need to cover and not paint are the ones that wire goes in and the post holes and hex key holes, paint the hex plug tops and not the holes, that way they are almost completely covered and better than most actual covers

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im lost, who is toolman?
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