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    I want to replace the fuse "holder" on the battery cable - it holds a 20 amp fuse - It has some corrosion - so I'd like to replace it, but I can't find one - I believe the cable is 6 gauge - anyone know a website that has these ?

    I currently have the "AGC" fuse setup (round clear glass, metal contacts on either end) - does it matter to use this type of fuse vs the "ATC" type (ATC is the type that plugs into the fuse box)


    thx for any help.

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    Re: battery cable fuse "holder"

    http://www.iboats.com/Circuit_Breake...view_id.216618

    as far as a fuse block it doesn't matter they both corrode. in salt environment.
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      Re: battery cable fuse "holder"

      tashasdaddy

      thx for the reply -
      I have something like the following "in-line" -
      http://www.iboats.com/Seachoice_In_L...-view_id.20303

      but maybe this is an easier/better setup - http://www.iboats.com/Resettable_Cir...-view_id.39690


      but the inline I can't find in the right gauge for the battery cable - looks like the resettable I would just need 2 connectors... your thoughts ?

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