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Waterproof Fuse and Relay Boxes - RFRM (10 relay) & RTMR (5 Relay) no Blue Sea/ SPOD

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by skygear, Jul 15, 2014.

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  1. Jul 15, 2014 at 11:39 AM
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    Subd, do these come with or without a mounting bracket?
     
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    There isa generic one that is sold. Frankly, in our trucks, might be better to make one for the specific vehicle year and accessories on a per install basis. The generic one really isn't practical for our application.

    On another note, there are a couple people here on TW making the custom trays for our trucks already for the Blue Sea 12 Fuse Blocks. I will link them up in here also. I bet they would cut the trays to these dimensions without too much hesitation also.


    Alternatively, I could make a couple pans, they would not be as elegant as the CNC'd ones the others are making.
     
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    Hmm.. for sure the best way to go... now i need to find the cash for the panel, before i add 5000 electrical gadgets to the truck
     
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    Payment plan? lol
     
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    Maybe, thats how im doing most things, buying one or two parts at a time
     
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    what size were you considering? The larger or smaller one? If you are genuinely interested, we could work something out.
     
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    Did you make the one for pcbuilder shown above? is that how yours is set up as well?
     
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    No, that is from Erik on IH8MUD. I simply quoted him for the pic of the bracket.

    Yes though. That is how the basic one would be setup. Minus the bracket and I would prefer to make an actual harness for the Switches. vs just having the block short terminated. The last 4 fused spots will be terminated at the request of the individuals needs.

    You pick the options or snap a pic of your current setup and I can see where we can improve it.

    Also can make and sell the Piggy back jumper harness to clean up the switches wiring in the back too.
     
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    Mine has 2 harnesses about 4 feet long. one is for the switches, the other is coming off it for the actual accessories.
     
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    You're making this very tempting. Thanks for stepping up and making these available.

    I suppose you could wire-in weatherpack connectors as an option also?
     
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    The smaller one for now, but my money is all spent for a while... im interested, but cant buy right now :(
     
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    Yes. No problem wiring them also.
     
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    No stress. Just gauging interest. ordered couple extra for faster turnaround
     
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    Sub'd. Although Kellon (tooblutacoma06) hasn't been seen for sometime IIRC
     
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    I can source a local shop. Or with the right measurements, start fabbing them too. The issue is that people want different things on the mounts. I want 2 breakers which I will be making a new mount for next week
     
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    Placed another order for an additional 4 this evening. So anyone that paid after 6pm EST today is covered. Anyone with outstanding invoices, You will be covered on the morning order.

    Weatherpack connections. I am working on a less expensive source for them, but at current pricing, they are $25 for 5 terminated on the box. Thats coming out of the 87 pin on the relay and an additional ground in there. - If you want there to be a LONG run of wire coming off of the male side, just specify the length and I will accommodate. At that price point, it is both MALE and FEMALE sides of the connection with a wire run. If none is specified. I will leave 12" off the male ends.
     
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    Do you have a 3 pin male weatherpak connector? Wanna sell it of so?
     
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