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    Fusing Batteries, Front to Rear

    hey there everyone,

    is it nessery to fuse the power wire, when adding a second battery in the rear.
    or can i get away, without fusing it?

    Thanks

    John







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    Re: Fusing Batteries, Front to Rear

    fuse it



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    Re: Fusing Batteries, Front to Rear

    thanks

    im going to have alot of fuses then, 9

    John




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