Solar 12/24V commercial jump starter

Truck & Engine | January 25, 2012

The Solar HT1224 12/24V mobile commercial jump starter delivers 1,400 cold-cranking amps in 12-volt mode and 800 CCA in 24-volt mode. The HT1224 comes with two Group 31 batteries, 10-foot jumper cable leads, an automatic battery charger and 10-inch pneumatic tires for increased mobility.

Clore Automotive

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800-328-2921

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