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The first thing I did when rebuilding my Wing, was remove the old fuse block and replace it with an automotive 30-amp, inline fuse holder.

They come with 10 or 12 gauge wire coming out of both ends, and a weather-tight holder that holds one of those automotive 2-prong fuses.

Simply cut and strip the 2 red wires going to the old fuse block, remove the block, slip some shrink-tubing down the wires, solder the new fuse holder in, slip the shrink-tubing over the solder joints, heat to shrink, and you're done.

Now you'll never have to worry about not being able to find a main fuse. Every auto parts store will carry them.
 
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