I decided with this set up I needed to run an inline fuse. I looked all over the place here to find one over 40 amp's. I got in touch with silverback and he pointed me in the right direction.
The fuse block itself will take up to 125 amp, overkill in my book also. So I wanted to run a 60 amp. I went with a Blue Sea inline fuse block with a 60 amp maxi fuse.
Now I needed a place to mount it, it's not small. But I wanted to keep it close to keep the wire running down. Again silverback helped me out with a location.
Now I needed to fab the bracket, with all the hole drilled I also added a grommet, so no wire to metal contact.
Here is the inline fuse (covered) and mounted on the bracket.
Here is the location I mounted the inline fuse. All hardware is S.S. the the bracket is alum. stock. The wires will be completely hidded, there is nothing that looks worse than wires running free. My goal was it to look "as purchased new" but then I can wear a grin on my face.