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Question 81 gl1100 dogbone fuse

Anybody know where i can buy some to stock up on? I cant find any on ebay and when i google for them all i get is links to forums.
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Why not use one of these?

Valmar Marine/30 Amp ATO-ATC in-line fuse holder


You wanting OEM/stock?

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Anybody know where i can buy some to stock up on? I cant find any on ebay and when i google for them all i get is links to forums.
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Your best bet would be to get the fuse holder like Jeff says. I have had the dog bone fuse look good but if you just touched it it would fall apart.
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+1 on blade fuse..buy a holder with eyelets on it and just screw on to the screws that hold the dogbone in place and that's it.

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While the blade type 30 amp fuse is the better way to go, the strap that holds the battery in place might still have an original replacement.

I was surprised when I discovered my 1977 GW had the spare fuse in place. Of course, that was well after I'd replaced the original with the blade type.

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Yeah, just go to your local dealer. They probably have them is stock.
LIST price is 95 cents, so don't let them cheat you.

And the dogbone fuses are fine. They last forever.

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