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Old 07-30-2020, 08:10 PM   #141
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OK, I'm gettin this battery (LFX36L3-BS12), what's my best bet for terminals? Thesez per 86TOYO2k17? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EB8Z60G..._fpugEbKRVQFA0
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OK, I'm gettin this battery (LFX36L3-BS12), what's my best bet for terminals? Thesez per 86TOYO2k17? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EB8Z60G..._fpugEbKRVQFA0

Does that Amazon link still work for you?


You could also try 4xspower.com. Part numbers 558 and 580 in the Accessories/Terminals section.
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Does that Amazon link still work for you?
You could also try 4xspower.com. Part numbers 558 and 580 in the Accessories/Terminals section.
Thanks! think I'll order those up...
Might get 586 instead of 580, as it looks like 3/4" spacers might not be enough to get the terminals above the top of the battery (looks like about 1" needed)
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Thanks! think I'll order those up...
Might get 586 instead of 580, as it looks like 3/4" spacers might not be enough to get the terminals above the top of the battery (looks like about 1" needed)
Okay, let me know how they fit. I am planning to get the same battery when mine gives out.
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OK, I'm gettin this battery (LFX36L3-BS12), what's my best bet for terminals? Thesez per 86TOYO2k17? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EB8Z60G..._fpugEbKRVQFA0
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I ordered the XS Power 558 and 586 thru Crutchfield. See how that goes, might end up getting smaller spacers and/or shorter terminals if this is too tall...
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These Terminals come with the correct spacers and everything that’s needed.

With the dimensions and fitment of everything (depending on how you mount/secure the battery) it’s beneficial to have the terminals spaced outward further apart. Which is an added bonus of these ones.
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These Terminals come with the correct spacers and everything thatís needed.
With the dimensions and fitment of everything (depending on how you mount/secure the battery) itís beneficial to have the terminals spaced outward further apart. Which is an added bonus of these ones.
Thanks, will see how it goes with what I ordered, this'll be backup plan...
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