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    Negative terminal block for positive terminal?

    Howdy gang
    I picked up a Rockford fosgate terminal block to clean up my battery runs for the power cables I'm my car. The problem is that the block is meant for a negative terminal. Besides the physical size difference, can I use this block on my positive terminal? I dremeled out the item so that it fits, but I don't wanna destroy anything. LOL. I believe that counts is a noob move. Hahaha

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    Yeah, you can. They're all the same on the inside, unless theres a digital voltmeter on it or something.

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    Just don't bolt it to the car chassis.

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