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Old 04-11-2013, 06:34 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by smitty141 View Post
The problem with putting a fuse box/fuseblock in the glove box is maintenance If you have to remove the glove box you will have to remove all the wiring from the panel. Plus pull all the wires through the hole you had to drill in the box. The Fuseblock in your link is great, but I see no real good place on this bike to put it.

I can just unplug the wiring and remove .. That said, there's many ways to skin a cat..

Smitty
Why not fasten nuts to the fuse block, then use screws from the top just like the factory block. Having to unplug the wiring will be a pain every time you remove the tanks. If some one else services the bike they likely won't get it back together correctly.
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