The efficient operation of the tractor is possible thanks to the electricity generated by the battery. Unfortunately, there are situations in which he refuses to obey - then jumper cables are an invaluable accessory.

Coarse copper jumper cables

The battery can be an unpredictable device. In order to be able to minimize the situation of discharging the equipment as much as possible, it is worth equipping your vehicle with reliable jump leads to the battery. This accessory will be perfect not only for winter but also summer months. Strong sunlight, and thus high temperatures in summer, can cause the battery casing to overheat, suddenly discharge or undercharge the device.

Battery jumper cables must be made of durable and wear-resistant materials. The solid structure of the cables should be based on a thick copper core, which gives little resistance during the flow of current. Strong pliers, on the other hand, have strong springs, characterized by large opening and proper tightening on the clamps.

Battery jumper cables for each vehicle

The jumper cables presented by us are a universal accessory, therefore they can be used not only for agricultural machines, but also for passenger cars or trucks. The offered product will be able to start the most demanding vehicles. A thick braid is a combination of good conduction and a quick start. Therefore, jump start cables for the battery should be included in every garage.

How to connect jumper cables to the tractor?

Connecting the cables is very easy, so no special skills are required. Start by connecting the red (positive) wire to the positive on the other vehicle. Then connect the cable in the same way to the tractor that refused to obey. The black (negative) cable is also the first to connect to the vehicle that we want to support the agricultural machine with. However, it should be borne in mind that the other end of the cable should not be connected to the negative part of the battery of the immobilized vehicle. It is best to connect the cable to the car's ground - e.g. a given metal element, located under the hood (engine mount or engine block). Particular caution is recommended - minimizing the risk of touching other parts of the vehicle with the cable tip.