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A Better Fuse Block

charles durning   Silver Member USA — Posted on The MG Experience
Monday April 3, 2017 8:28 AM


fuse block

fuse block

adaptor terminal

adaptor terminal

IMG 1598

IMG 1598

IMG 0745 2

IMG 0745[2]

IMG 0746 1

IMG 0746[1]




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Member Comments on Journal Entry: A Better Fuse Block   ↵
2017-04-09 10:09:45 # 41515
Comment by Jim Baumberger
I also installed an ATC fuse box on my B GT after going through two of the original types from the usual suppliers. Mine isn't a show car; just a reliable driver, so I have no problem with using later non-original components. Wish the suppliers would offer a better quality original-type fuse box or an ATC type that mirrors the original setup.
2017-04-09 12:25:05 # 41516
Comment by charles durning
Yep, seems it would be easy enough ti hide ATC fuses inside of the original looking box. Until someone does I will continue with the ATC fuse box I can find.

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