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Blue Sea Terminal Fuse Blocks

Blue Sea Terminal Fuse Blocks

Description

The Blue Sea Terminal Fuse Block is weatherproof-suitable for small open-cockpit boats and other harsh environments.

Features

  • New Isolated Stud Design Uses Standard 5/16 Hardware And Permits Stacking Of Terminals
  • Compact, High-Amp Fuse-Appropriate For DC Main, Inverter, Windlass, And Bow Thruster Circuit Protection
  • Provides High Current Protection In Tight Space Constraints
List Price
$26.39
Your Price
$21.38
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  • Insulating cap prevents accidental shorts
  • Use 5/16" or 3/8" ring terminal
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