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ProMariner Battery Bank Cable Extenders

   

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ProMariner's® Battery Bank Cable Extenders are ideal for all onboard marine battery chargers when standard battery charger cables do not reach your bow, center mount or stern battery compartment locations. Features marine UL grade cable rated up to 30 amps, fully tinned wiring for anti-corrosion, dual integrated in-line fuses for maximum cable protection, color coded for easy installation, gold plated easy connect terminations. No cutting, stripping of wire or butt splicing required.

  • Ideal for all onboard marine battery chargers
  • Marine UL grade cable
  • Dual integrated in-line fuses for maximum protection
  • Color coded
ProMariner Battery Bank Cable Extenders 4.8 5 13 13
worked fine There was no room to mount battery bank in console of Mako 18LTS so I mounted it in compartment in stern. Needed extension to reach battery. Connectors are very bulky but not a problem because of fuel gauge access panel made it easy to pull wires through. If your boat has narrow tunnel from console to stern, you might have a problem feeding it through. (steering cable, wiring and other stuff usually fills up this space.) USPS priority mail took 11 days to get to me, but that's not Bass Pro problem, however I did pay for shipping and did not get a very good deal for my money. January 9, 2015
Does the job. I bought the model with the 40 amp fuses in the positive and negative lines. Use it for my 50 lb Prowler trolling motor in the 12' jon boat so I can put the battery near the bow. Makes a big difference with the transom not being so close to the water. The only thing I had to do was use another bolt and nut than the one provided for the negative connector from the motor. Other than that it was easy to set up. I've taken it out several times and haven't had a problem. July 13, 2011
Battery Bank Cable Extenders what can i say? they are battery extenders. They work! Wish the connectors to the original wires would have been a little bit smaller. the splice should also be water proof. That's why i give it 4 starts. but either way it gets the job done. July 21, 2014
Problem solved When installing my new Pro Series multi-bank battery charger he 5' cable was too short to reach the rear of the boat for the starter battery. i ordered the 15' cable extension and problem solved. The connection was effortless. I returned the 5" cable and "no questions" asked. Great service and great product. Thanks Bass Pro Shops. July 2, 2010
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I have the Bass Pro Shop XPS 3 bank on-board battery charger. I need to have wires extended and want to know if I will have to buy one extender kit per bank or does this extender kit come with multiple extenders to extend all banks?
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you need one extension for each battery
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We have 5ft and 15ft cable extensions that attach right on to the ring terminal of the already existing lead of the charger. Each extension is for a single set of leads so that if you needed to extend all three sets of leads you would need three extensions.
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Considering putting a second battery in a fishing kayak (trolling motor) to double the range ability. Can I use this to connect a second deep cycle battery in parrallel?
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yes, but remember smallest extension is 5 ft and you may have to bundle up cable to keep it out of the way
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Extender cables just extend a single lead. With waterproof chargers you need to have a spate lead on each battery being charged. To charge these two batteries for example you would need something like a ProSport 20. In order to charge these two batteries and a starter battery, which you might try a ProSport 20+. Thanks
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No , you can buy this , the same that I buyed . Promariner 15 or 5 feets , they are very good
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Yes they will be fine.
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If the ends of your Guest charger have rings on them, they will work. If they don't, you can put the same rings as there is on the extensions and that will work too. You can buy the rings at your local auto parts store. They are the yellow plastic ones with the rings for a threaded battery post.
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These will work.
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