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Old 05-22-2014, 06:16 PM   #1
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I always wanted a good one to hook up into my portable power pack.
And just by chance today ...The Snap On truck rolls in while I'm having coffee!

Needless to say he found what I was looking for!

Looks like real good quality!
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I'd hate to know how much he raped you for that.
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Old 05-22-2014, 08:53 PM   #3
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I''m not sure if it'* a good or bad price...How does $35.45 tax in sound?
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Hmm, not bad I guess.

What are you going to plug it into?
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Besides my vehicles, I sometimes get call from friends who want me to change out their batteries...
It basically saves memory power functions, from set codes to Radios settings to Trans Re-Learns etc.
I now also can disconnect the battery terminals, maintain memory, and do a 100 amp load test, directly to the battery, while it is safely disconnected.
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I meant the other end of it.
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Oh... I would use my all in one 600amp AGM jumper/inverter/compressor..thingy..LOL..
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Good stuff man, I have been meaning to get me one of those, I have a SOLAR brand one saved to my amazon wishlist.

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Snap-On is too rich for my blood. Here'* the one I got - http://www.ebay.com/itm/K-Tool-74308..._Tools&vxp=mtr
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being able to load test and that is pretty cool
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