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Ark68SS
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Wink Re: Battery Disconnect switch?

I wouldn't use one. The contact area of that switch is too small for heavy loads. Les Saville's '67 GTO damn near caught on fire while he was driving it due to the negative battery cable melting.
Carry a pair of pliers if you have the spring ring battery ends, or a wrench for the bolt on ends to remove the cable. It ain't that hard to do and a lot safer.
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