Starting System Cables

    Associated Equipment has been producing Professional Quality Booster Cables and Plug-in Starting Systems for over 60 years.  The plug-in starting system is designed with both the operator and the customer in mind.  Features include heavy-duty tangle-free cables that remain flexible in extremely cold weather, solid copper jaws with poly-vinyl insulated clamps and “Flexi-Spring” cable guards which provide a strong connection to the disabled vehicle. The Polarized Anderson and Polarized LexanTM plugs stand up to the coldest weather.  An additional feature on the Associated 6139 and 6146 cables is the patented “Stop/Go Safety Light” to further insure proper connections.  All of theses features help the operator safely and quickly start the disabled vehicle in all kinds of weather. Typical Associated Equipment Starting System Cables are 25 to 30 feet long allowing the service truck to be easily positioned to provide the best service.

    Several Starting System Cable models are available:  from the Heavy Duty Polarized Anderson Type connectors Models 6118 & 6119; the Polarized Stainless Steel Receptacle Boxes Model 6136 (4 AWG) to our Super Heavy duty Model 6146 (1 AWG).  All of Associated Equipment Starting System cables are MADE IN USA.

    The Polarized Anderson type plug allows connection to be made without ever lifting the service truck hood; features include a weather proof socket, patented “Flexi-Spring” cable guards and up to 34 foot of 4 AWG cable to reach the disabled vehicle.

    Associated Equipment’s Polarized Stainless Steel Plug-In Receptacles can be mounted on the truck, allowing for the cable to be easily connected via a LexanTM plug. Starting System Cables come in both Heavy Duty and Super Heavy Duty models, with up to 1 AWG cable giving you the Service Truck Operator the extra power you need in extremely cold conditions. These units have 25 or 30 foot of tangle-free cable from the receptacle to the car.  The cables come with 500 Amp and 800 Amp solid copper jaws depending on model number.

    Another convenient option is the Flush Mount Plug-In Polarized Stainless Steel receptacle. This flush-mounted unit has the same safety features as the standard polarized stainless steel receptacles providing the Service Truck Operator with a convenient and safe flush-mounted connection.

    If you are looking for MADE IN USA QUALITY look to Associated Equipment Corporation.  Visit our website at for more product details.

    Associated Equipment Corporation
    5043 Farlin Ave.
    St. Louis,MO  63115