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By the way, it would be interesting to see what you really look like?

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...OK people you are drowning in a glass of water...
...for the charger deal...an earphone type of female plug with 20 or 18 gauge wire from the battery to the place of your choosing (under the hood) and the charger with the male end ....plug and play...

...Bob ...this is what I look with a tie...


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Jet Fuel, what do you look like sans cravat? Also, the hardwire lead that comes with the battery charger I described has a fuse on the positive side & ring terminals on each end to connect to the battery terminal bolts. The positive terminal is labeled so that you will not reverse the polarity. The battery Tender charger cable, I think, is not fused but has a + sign to identify the positive lead. Both have a connector so you can un-plug the alligator clip leads and plug into the hardwire adapter.
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