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You guys that have done this...what's the best way to do it? There isn't a ton of room in that battery tray, but that is probably the easiest place to access a cut-off switch.
Should I just get one from Summit, or what would you recommend.
Since this car is brand new to me, and I don't trust some of the old wiring, I just disconnected the + cable for now. I have a small tool kit I slipped back there and so this is not a big deal to do. It will also prevent a current draw...should I have one and not know it.
Re: Best way to run a battery cut-off switch? (WA 2 FST)
Save yourself some bucks and use a stud of the right size and length along with an appropriate Wing Nut. Piece Of Cake to hookup and unhook. Not fancy, but you will save yourself some money.......... :yesnod: :yesnod: :yesnod:
Re: Best way to run a battery cut-off switch? (paul79)
I have the "knife switch" just like Paul. Bought from JC Whitney. I like it a LOT better than the green wheel on my 69. The only minor problem??? When it's disconnected, and the switch blade is "UP", I have to leave the battery lid door open. NO big problem. My 69 side post battery has the terminals facing forward. Chuck