Self-Stripping Connector with Waterproof Sealant - 14-18 Gauge - White and Blue - Qty 1

Self-Stripping Connector with Waterproof Sealant - 14-18 Gauge - White and Blue - Qty 1

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  • Quick Splice Connectors
  • Spectro
  • 18-14 Gauge
Self-stripping connector with waterproof sealant is designed to make a quick connection without cutting or stripping. Provides water proof sealant to help prevent corrosion. Great for automotive or marine use. Call 800-298-8924 to order Spectro accessories and parts part number SWC501746-1 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Spectro products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Self-Stripping Connector with Waterproof Sealant - 14-18 Gauge - White and Blue - Qty 1. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.


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Self-stripping connector with waterproof sealant is designed to make a quick connection without cutting or stripping. Provides water proof sealant to help prevent corrosion. Great for automotive or marine use.


Features:

  • Self-stripping connector with waterproof sealant
  • Designed to make a quick connection without cutting or stripping
  • Waterproof sealant to help prevent corrosion
  • Great for automotive or marine use
  • Pliers needed to squeeze down on the connector after wires are placed


Specs:

  • Quantity 1
  • Gauge: 14-18
  • Maximum power rating: 600 volts
  • Additional tools needed: pliers


501746 Self-Stripping Connector with Waterproof Sealant - 14-18 Gauge - White and Blue - Qty 1








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Self-Stripping Connector with Waterproof Sealant - 14-18 Gauge - White and Blue - Qty 1 - SWC501746-1

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

Self-stripping connector with waterproof sealant is designed to make a quick connection without cutting or stripping. Provides water proof sealant to help prevent corrosion. Great for automotive or marine use.

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Fast Delivery! Good products! 688455



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Fast shipping and great product. Easy to install on my boat trailer. Really helps with making connections. Will test the longevity of this product over the next several years. But overall very pleased, and etrailer is a wonderful company. 657843


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