Join Date: Feb 2017
Location: Calgary, AB Canada
Different purpose Frank. I'm not looking at this as a theft deterrent device. I'm looking at an electrical circuit kill tool, so that when I'm doing anything that requires disconnecting the battery that I have a clean and simple way of doing it that does not involve mucking around with the negative connection every time. That's kind of the point behind this. Ease of use and protecting that connection.
It might even be a good option for any of the folks who undertake long term winter storage and associated battery drainage issues.
I'm getting ready to tackle my rear fog light mod, so that, along with all the bulb replacements, etc. will be much easier with a kill switch in place.
My theft deterrent is a club steering wheel lock (and my gun club parking pass). :-)
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