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Old December 31st, 2003, 12:19 PM
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When I rewire my M715 I want to go to 12 volt and use blade type fuses. The cheapest 8 circuit board I have found is from JC Whitney and cost $16.99 each. That is not a bad price, but I am looking for other sizes and options. No I do not want to call up Painless and pay a bunch for something that isn't going to come close to fitting. Especially when I can do it myself. Thanks
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Old December 31st, 2003, 12:27 PM
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Go to the old board and look up post by WetCJ........He has some pretty slick blocks that were pretty had a decent price. Maybe you could edit you title on this to call his attention........or send him a PM. He should be able to tell you what they are and where to get them.
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Old December 31st, 2003, 04:48 PM
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Tim,

I think the best I paid was about 10 bucks for a 6 circuit panel. I use two of them, one always hot and one switched. The panels are made by Buss and available at most parts stores.

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Chris,
Thanks for the help. I tried contacting Buss directly over the internet and just got a form letter response. I wired my Mini, Packard and Studebaker with one hot and one switched. My small town Carquest isn't able to find a listing for blade type panels, so I'll look around some more but probably end up going with the JC Whitney special.
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Barrman, sent you an email with info.
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