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Old 09-03-2007, 02:28 PM
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finaly ive decided on a new charger, does anyone know if the much more ctx c cell master comes with the large alligator clips on the input wires to clip on to a 12v battery
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If your gonna roll with a charger like that, you should have a soldering iron in your tool box. I'd call this a non-issue if you like the charger enough to buy it.
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uhh
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Old 09-04-2007, 12:13 AM
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Originally Posted by birdy View Post
finaly ive decided on a new charger, does anyone know if the much more ctx c cell master comes with the large alligator clips on the input wires to clip on to a 12v battery
thanks in advance
the input and output clips are of the same size
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the input and output clips are of the same size
does that mean i cant clip the input wires onto a 12v battery?
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Old 09-04-2007, 12:23 AM
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if you are referring to 12v car battery ... you can't unfortunately; the clips are too small
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car battery not many chargers can clip onto them.
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Old 09-04-2007, 02:14 AM
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LOL do not use a car battery, get a power supply to power your charger, better charge eficiency.. but if your using it to charge somewhere mobile without any power, guess you will need one, in that case, id recommend the Duratrax ICE charger with the bigger power clips
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u can just buy $2 car battery terminal clamps, then you can hook onto the screw bit of the battery terminal
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I was reffering to a 12v leasure battery and yes i need it to charge were there is not any mains and i have already decided on the cell master.
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Originally Posted by birdy View Post
uhh
whats a soldering iron got to do with it
Meaning if you have a soldering iron you can put on any size aligator clip your heart fancies. Don't sweat the details.

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