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Show off your aux fuse panels.

Discussion in 'Lighting' started by Newlife, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. nvwiggins

    nvwiggins Well-Known Member

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    808TacoMan HAWAIIAN

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    Blue Sea 5026, Bussman Hi-Amp 100 Amp Circuit Breaker, and 5 Relays

    Fuse box mounting plate from Yotamac at Tacomapros.com

    Haven't wired it up yet, but you get the picture
     
  4. skygear

    skygear           

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    Flip your fuse block around the opposite way. That way you will be able to reach the breaker on a shorter run of wire. You can ground straight to one of the bolts you used to mount the pan to the truck.

    Similar to the post right above yours.
     
  5. skygear

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    Little secret to these fuse blocks too. You can use the Mini fuses instead of the full sized (ATO) in them. Helps with having to buy spares for the truck and separate for the blue sea. You can put a mini in a mini low profile fuse holder and in a full sized one. But not the other way around.

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    That's awesome exactly what I'm looking for I couldn't find it on that site though?
     
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    geekhouse23 DCSBORFTMFW

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    Looking Good Man! very clean!
     
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    It was a PITA, but it came out as expected!
     
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    Hope to install my Blue Sea Systems 6 circuit here soon. I will be running my horn (after market due too quick release steering wheel), 2 55w Hella 500's (for now until upgraded) and maybe a set of 16w or 18w led pods. I have the BSS 6 circuit already and my dads shop has various wire gauge and connectors etc... I still need a maxi fuse and holder and possibly a circuit breaker??? Electrical is not my strong point by any means.
     
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    Not too late for one of these...

    A piece of heaven. -> http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/bu...m-10-relay-rtmr-5-relay-no-blue-sea-spod.html

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    Holy hell that's wicked! I'm not so sure how it all works haha. I'm still pulling my shoes off to get my feet wet with any kind of electrical stuff.
     
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    I provide support . One on one. Install for free, or can do live video chat when it coms time for the install. Talk on phones. I help demystify 12v ;)
     
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  19. ryanjboutin

    ryanjboutin Mob dirt parking lots.

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    Spacers. Spacers everywhere.
    I have a Blue Sea and a 100 amp fuse, exactly like the one in the first post.
    I have a bracket all cut out and ready for mounting.

    Except, I seem to have an overflow brake fluid reservoir in the spot where all of you have mounted your bracket.

    I wonder if it's because I have a manual and a towing package, or...?
    Did you guys just relocate the the brake reservoir? :notsure:

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