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Had this for about 2 months. Not sure when it melted, but it was pretty bad. It was a little close to the engine, but still. Dangerous
Pros it looks cool works fine.
Cons its really hard to get the wire to stay tight.
This is a lock but termination, you strip 5/8 inch wire insert it then fold excess over bevel of lock but, then insert it into fuse holder side, tighten with box or cresent wrench
This holds tighter than a set screw and looks way better than a soldered or crimped ring terminal
Connection so tight you can hang from it
Works Great! It does exactly what it says it does! Would recommend.
I used this zero gauge fuse holder going to a t spec distribution block, it is a little difficult to install the cable into the fuse holder because it has a compression fitting but once you get it installed , it holds very good
Protect your Gear!
You spend hundreds, if not thousands of dollars on your sound system and thousands (hopefully not hundreds) on you ride - Why risk it all on skimping on an eleven dollar fuse holder and a one dollar fuse? The purpose of an in-line fuse is to protect against shorts in your wiring. If you are running a high power system (any power system, for that matter) through a fat cable (any cable) back to your amps and over time it vibrates against an edge of metal and wears through the insulation, you will develop a short. Basically, you will ground out your power wire. Doing so can drain your battery (best case) and creates a lot of heat which could start your ride on fire. At that point, 12 bucks seems like cheap insurance. Buy it, install it within 18 inches of your battery, and sleep well - or rock out all night. These are reasonably priced, do their job well, and are easy to install.
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