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I have just received my Blue Sea 6 circuit fuse block.
Has anyone added this to their RT yet, and if so what wire size did you use to run from the battery to power the fuse block.
Also did you run the ground wire back to the battery, or snag onto a ground at the frame?
Thanks C-YA RL
 

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I added a 12 volt acc. plug (Walmart: $12) under the seat of my RT-S, in front of the red terminal. Just screwed it down to the plastic tray and pointed it "forward". Works perfect to power my Garmin. When connecting the wires, watch out for the NEGATIVE terminal.....although it's easy to access from the top, BELOW is the problem, as the nut under there, is not secure. It will spin loose, but you will never be able to retighten because you don't have access to HOLD it from turning. You don't have enough knuckles to shape your finger the way you will need.
 

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IG, that looks nice. I had the Eastern Beaver PC-8 on my old Nomad. It is nice having a fuse box as putting accesories constantly can make it very hard to get the screws back on the the battery terminals, it also saves you from having to do all kinds of inline fuses.

From the last picture, is your fuse box behind the front storage compartment?
 

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IG, that looks nice. I had the Eastern Beaver PC-8 on my old Nomad. It is nice having a fuse box as putting accesories constantly can make it very hard to get the screws back on the the battery terminals, it also saves you from having to do all kinds of inline fuses.

From the last picture, is your fuse box behind the front storage compartment?
Yes I squeaked it in there. It wasn't easy either!!!
Thanks for asking. C-YA RL
 
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