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Fuse Block for Teryx

Discussion in 'Teryx Electrical, Stereo and Lighting Forum' started by DLB, Mar 25, 2015.

  1. DLB

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    I finally got around to installing a fuse block in my Teryx4. I ran all my Rigid Industries lights to the block, but left the winch and stereo connecting to the battery.
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    I used the Blue Sea Systems 5026 ST Blade Fuse Block. It's a 12 gang, marine grade fuse block that uses ATO/ATC fuses.
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    The install was as simple as hooking up a battery. I used double sided 3M tape to hold the block in place. Adding additional accessories or replacing fuses will be a breeze now.
     
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  2. TheStig

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    Nice and tidy! Good job DLB!
     
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  3. mrwvsportsman

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    Very nice!
     
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  4. Bettykant

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    Looks good and clean!
     
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    Looks good.
     
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    Nice clean install!!
     
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  7. sceptre74

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    Nice work. Future project for sure
     
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    I wish my Blue Seas had come with the provisions for the grounds as well.
     
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    Getting ready to put a stereo in my 2010. Decided to go with a fuse block like this so i can add lights later. Right now all I have is a winch & sprayer in the bed that I take in & out all wired to the battery. My question is - What gauge wire do you use to run the POS & NEG to the battery form the block & did you run them under the skid plates zip tied to the frame & up to the battery. Thanks
     
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