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Everstart 16' 6-Gauge Booster Cables

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Walmart has Everstart 16' 6-Gauge Booster Cables (WMBC1606B) for $8.98. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks Flyz

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  • These booster cables are rated to resist oil, gas, and acid while remaining flexible at -40° F.
  • This price beats the previous front page deal by $1.01 in August 2018.
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Walmart.com has 16ft Everstart 6-Gauge Booster Cables $8.98 was $15.87. Free in-store pickup if available.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Everst.../135366713


Also saw Target.com has 20ft 4 Gauge Justin Case Booster Cable for $14.39.
***Please Note: In the Details/Description it has it as 16ft 6 gauge. I do not know which one you will be getting.***
https://www.target.com/p/20ft-4-g...A-50954359
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Likely garbage CCA (copper clad aluminum). Cant buy solid or stranded copper wire that cheap.
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Have 2 of these from post bf clearance for $6. First one I tried didn't work, literally did not carry a charge from one car battery to another. Luckily I was at home and had a spare cable in another car. Didn't bother trying the second. Have never had a jumper cable not work before in my entire life no matter what gauge or size car. Avoid this product/brand. At least test it out in a non emergency situations and return if defective.
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Nice. Can use these on my kids when they piss me off.
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Great price, thanks!
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Don't need, but nice price. Repped.
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If I already have portable car jumper, should I get one of this as well?
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If I already have portable car jumper, should I get one of this as well?
I would as a backup, just in case you forgot to recharge the portable battery or it just simply stops working on you. But I'm from the school where they teach you to always have a jumper cable in your car.
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Nice. Can use these on my kids when they piss me off.
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Likely garbage CCA (copper clad aluminum). Cant buy solid or stranded copper wire that cheap.
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16 feet sounds good...a lot of cables are tricky with very large cars, doubly so when the battery is somewhere like up against the firewall. This takes some of the guesswork out of spacing the vehicles.
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Have 2 of these from post bf clearance for $6. First one I tried didn't work, literally did not carry a charge from one car battery to another. Luckily I was at home and had a spare cable in another car. Didn't bother trying the second. Have never had a jumper cable not work before in my entire life no matter what gauge or size car. Avoid this product/brand. At least test it out in a non emergency situations and return if defective.
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My Walmart has told me if the item is sold and shipped by Walmart they will match price in store, might be able to just pick up if they have inventory on hand
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6 AWG CCA will still carry plenty of amps. What I find fails on these cheap cables are the crimps. If yours is not working, check the wire around the crimp to see if it has broken or burned off. If so you can usually cut back some insulation and crimp on the other side of the clamp.
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Neverstart.
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Likely garbage CCA (copper clad aluminum). Cant buy solid or stranded copper wire that cheap.
I have to agree with this. If you want battery cables to jump start, buy some decent ones, so they will work when you need them.
I have a good set I bought 30+ years ago. (The clamps could use replacing, tho') I have loaned them out a time or two, & luckily have always gotten them back. I had one person tell me that they didn't work. That is the problem that some people have with jumper cables(or even the battery packs) is that they expect them to jump start a car, with a battery that is completely dead. That usually does not work. You generally need a little bit of power, in the battery you are jumping. And, you need to let it charge for several minutes. Unless, it is a smaller engine that doesn't require much to turn it over.
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