Fuse Block

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blakduc1
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model: 907 I.E.
year: 1992
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Fuse Block

Post by blakduc1 »

Anyone ever replace the fuse block on a 907? Mine is falling apart. Literally crumbling. Whatever the material is, it was not made to withstand the test of time.

Does anyone have a good aftermarket replacement for that item? I did order one for marine application, but it is a little large. It may work, and is high quality, but I think I will look for one closer to the original size.

Thanks
1992 907ie, (x2) Anthracite
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Re: Fuse Block

Post by higgy »

Eastern beaver has some good ones
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There's no problem so bad that a little fixing can't make it worse! : )
If it ain't broke keep fixin it till it is
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Willo
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Re: Fuse Block

Post by Willo »

When mine fell apart I used a Narva 54420BL. I used insulated spade connectors and bent the terminals a bit for clearance.

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Willo
Wannon Victoria Australia
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