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Thread: Interior Fuse Block Replacement (Aftermarket preferred)

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    Re: Interior Fuse Block Replacement (Aftermarket preferred)

    Pretty cool what offerings they have, just wish it was more readily available. I had to get an email quote from someone instead of just ordering online. There was one place, Del City, but they did not offer all pieces that I saw.
    [SIZE="3"] [B]Jon Trotter[/B][/SIZE] [B]1985[/B] Dodge Shelby Charger, Currently decommissioned [B]1987[/B] Shelby GLHS, #937 [B]1987[/B] Shelby Lancer, #628 [QUOTE=Reeves;587010]I can be ready. Please send pics of wife. _____DodgeZ add comments here______[/QUOTE]

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    Re: Interior Fuse Block Replacement (Aftermarket preferred)

    Quote Originally Posted by c2xejk View Post
    Does anybody make a pigtail wiring harness for this?
    Nope. You need to order the colored shells and pin it out yourself. It's not hard.

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    Re: Interior Fuse Block Replacement (Aftermarket preferred)

    4"x4" footprint is really nice for that, would be great in the engine bay. It would seemingly fit fine inside but the power input bus I guess if for all fuses wouldn't work inside. I love how clean and organized it is!
    [SIZE="3"] [B]Jon Trotter[/B][/SIZE] [B]1985[/B] Dodge Shelby Charger, Currently decommissioned [B]1987[/B] Shelby GLHS, #937 [B]1987[/B] Shelby Lancer, #628 [QUOTE=Reeves;587010]I can be ready. Please send pics of wife. _____DodgeZ add comments here______[/QUOTE]

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    Re: Interior Fuse Block Replacement (Aftermarket preferred)

    You know pics are going to be required.

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    Re: Interior Fuse Block Replacement (Aftermarket preferred)

    For anything I do in the interior, for sure I will document what goes in. Probably will be going with the modular style, but the Eaton one would be a nice upgrade to the engine bay. I have a Mitsu Mirage panel in the GLHS now, but could definitely see going with that since the terminals are readily available.
    [SIZE="3"] [B]Jon Trotter[/B][/SIZE] [B]1985[/B] Dodge Shelby Charger, Currently decommissioned [B]1987[/B] Shelby GLHS, #937 [B]1987[/B] Shelby Lancer, #628 [QUOTE=Reeves;587010]I can be ready. Please send pics of wife. _____DodgeZ add comments here______[/QUOTE]

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    Re: Interior Fuse Block Replacement (Aftermarket preferred)

    Link to a group buy, input and suggestions appreciated!

    http://www.turbo-mopar.com/forums/sh...al-Panel-Parts
    [SIZE="3"] [B]Jon Trotter[/B][/SIZE] [B]1985[/B] Dodge Shelby Charger, Currently decommissioned [B]1987[/B] Shelby GLHS, #937 [B]1987[/B] Shelby Lancer, #628 [QUOTE=Reeves;587010]I can be ready. Please send pics of wife. _____DodgeZ add comments here______[/QUOTE]

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