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    cant find a DISTRIBUTION BLOCK with a 2 gauge input and a 4 gauge out put??? were can i get one????

  • #2
    o ya and it has to use AGU GOLD FUSES and have 4 outputts

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    • #3
      You're looking for a single input and a single output? Remember that AGU fuses only go up to 60 amps...

      EDIT: I saw you need 4 outputs. Best Bet would to get a 0 guage input and 4 guage outputs. I'll get a link for you.

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      • #4
        I'm bought this one: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=5783140359 It uses ANL fuses though.

        Any reason why you have to use a AGU fuse?

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        • #5
          There are couple here that are close to what you are looking for.

          http://www.stingerelectronics.com/we...stribution.asp

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          • #6
            Here is one that has 2x 2/4 input and 1 x 4/8 out and 3 x 8 out with AGU fueses. If you need all 4 out to be 4guage then you might look around that web site for others they sell.

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            • #7
              I've got the one posted above by ScubaX. It's better than the Rockford distro block that I had before this one (4-ga in with 2 8-ga out).

              Derek
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              • #8
                i was thinking of using AGU beacause my speackers amp is only 300Watts and i need a 30 amp fule so ya..... is it better useing something else....

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                • #9
                  and im also running a 500/1 jl audio amp on that also...and a computer so idk if it is all going to work out

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                  • #10
                    Just remember, if you go with the distro block like I've got (the one pictured above), you need a fuse in each slot even if there is no connection in use or the alarm will go off constantly because it thinks you have a blown fuse.

                    Derek
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