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    Blue Sea 12 Circuit power and ground distribtuion block-takes normal fuses

    Brand New Blue Sea 5026 12 Circuit Fused and Ground distribution block.
    It's awesome because it takes normal ATO/ATC fuses you can find anywhere. Screws are Philips head so no need to dig out that one hex key. Cover+labels. Would be nice an clean show piece for install or use it in your boat.

    I was going to use it but never got around to installing it and trying to raise some cash to fund a different build.

    $35 shipped

    ST*Blade Fuse Block With Cover - 12 Circuit with Negative Bus - PN 5026 - Blue Sea Systems

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    6.472" x 3.315" x 1.518"
    #8 Screws
    #10 power studs





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    Re: Blue Sea 12 Circuit power and ground distribtuion block-takes normal fuses

    what do you mean "normal" fuses?



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    Re: Blue Sea 12 Circuit power and ground distribtuion block-takes normal fuses

    Fuses you can buy at any autoparts, gas station, etc. The ATC type. If you blow one, it's not like it's an easter egg hunt to find a place that carries them. Plus if you have small electronics that only need 1 or 3amp fuses this will accommodate




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    Re: Blue Sea 12 Circuit power and ground distribtuion block-takes normal fuses

    i can see that distro block snugged away in the trunk. this is perfect for someone who is planning on running alot of accessories

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