They run about $20-30 each and there is only one style, it plugs into the identical part. You can also get smaller versions, 50A, 120A, 175A depending on the wire size you are running. The 350A version fits 2/0 cable. Maybe the 120A or 175A might work better for you.
SOLD04 EB350 Custom Floorplan
6.0 PSD 4.10 Posi
Salem Kroger coil spring 4wd
SMB Trailer w/AT Air Suspension
Alaska to Key West, Labrador and more
130685 miles 16.65 mpg average
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2015 VW GTI
Leaving CA for WA
I put them on my winch in the aluminess bumper. I now just unplug the winch and plug in my jumper cables. The plugs can be bought one at a time so I bought 3 and modified my jumper cable with one. I now keep them coiled in beside the winch.
I did the same thing with my winch. Used these plugs and made a set of jumpers with a plug on one end. One note: My wife had the van one weekend with her girlfriends and they tried to help some folks with a jump start. They plugged into the wires from the winch, not from the battery, since both plugs are the same and they were not marked... Not much help with the jump start that way! The plugs are now marked.
I do not use them for the Winch but have a set of 20' Cables and a plug on the front and rear of the van. A local shop called Polar Wire makes them custom and they use a cable made just for them that stays flexible to 40 below. I just measured for the hookup at the rear and used thier ready made 6" for the front. I have covers for the plugs as they are exposed now (untill the Aluminess bumpers come in) and a latch that holds the cables/plugs together.
2001 RWB Quigley (not a SMB but love it)
Lots of Motorcycles (Dual Sports, Sportbikes and Sport Tourers)
I was going to do the same thing but have yet to get to it. Got all the parts sitting around here somewhere.
A cheap version is to find an old welder and pull the plugs and cables off it.
For now I usually carry one of those battery chargers with a jump mode to help folks out. Not the best but it usually works. I'm a little leery about jumping off my rig, especially those less than desirable looking vehicles
2006 Ford 6.0PSD EB-50/E-PH SMB 4X4 Rock Crawler Trailer