The White Dog Guides are created, published and maintained by White Dog Motorcycle Accessories.
Established in mid 2003 and based in Halesworth, Suffolk, UK, White Dog Motorcycle Accessories and Breakers are mail order suppliers of a wide range of motorbike products from such makes as Oxford, Silkolene, Nitro, Akito, Unibat, Autoglym, Luma and much more. We also offer a wide range of scooter and motorbike used spares from bikes we have dismantled for parts.
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I wonder do you know the formal term for the flat little white covers that go on a 12v 7ah battery, that insulate the terminals from short circuit when in transit?
I keep losing mine, and require to source them online for replacement. However searches in ebay for…
…etc have not sourced the items
You could try searching something like ‘terminal covers’ or ‘battery terminal covers’?
To be honest I’ve never seen these sold separately, I’ve only seen them on new batteries. You could try contacting the battery manufacturer or a stockist to see if they have any (failing that you could cover them with electric tape?)