I want to use a switch to on off the battery and the motor can draw 60A current.Can any switch allow 60A current flow through?
, I can recommend automotive relays like this one
(check your local gas tank or a shop selling car acessories, they'd likely be cheaper and you won't have to pay shipping).
It depends on your battery voltage, of course, but automotive relays can be found in 6V, 12V and 24V and like you can see on this page
, the coil in the relay can be energiced with a voltage within a range (for this particular relay) of:
( 6V) 4.2V-7.8V
Another option is to make a knife switch yourself out of bronze or brass, if you have the mechanical skills.
The cheapest of all is to just plug out the fuse that you need near the battery anyway, but the socket may deteriorate over time, as they're not made for daily fuse changes.
If you want to go that route, the type to get is the Maxi Blade type (don't confuse them with the smaller versions of blade fuses).