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    inline fuse

    If my amp fuses are 60x2 and 30x1 would I need to get a distro block with 120x1 and 30x1 right? if im running 4awg the max fuse I can use would be 150a. Would it matter if the fuses at the inline and distro are the same?







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    Re: inline fuse

    I replied to your other thread.




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    Re: inline fuse

    Thanks man. I am indeed in the process of upgrading to 1/0 have the cable ran just gotta squeeze it through the stock grommet. too bad my 4 cu.ft 32hz box wont fit in the trunk off by an inch




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