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Old 12-17-2006, 03:31 PM
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any suggestions on where i should piggyback my electric fuel tank spliter...i do not want to overload any other electrical system but i do need a good power supply . i have the switch mounted down by the fuse panel ready to go .. but being that its a new truck .. i dont want to just hook into a line and have trouble later ...........thanks guys

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welcome to the forum cizzi! im no electrical man so i wont commet.
ive seen an aux fuse panel that can be added if you have lots of gadgets to plug in.
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id like to get something like that, i plan on lots of gadgets

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I have no idea if any of the vendors on this site carry these products but if not then here is an option.

Blue Seas Fuse Block Ato With Ground - BoatersWorld.com

I am from the marine world so I use these types of products all the time and they are great. This particular unit has six fused terminals and a six ground terminal.
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thanks guys
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