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Unread 08-26-2012, 09:01 PM   #1
mudsweatNgearz
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Relay/Fuse power box from 92 S10 Blazer Install

I keep adding more and more accessories to my heep and I am getting tired of the ever growing mess of wiring, relays and inline fuses so I finally decided to do something about it. Took me a trip to the boneyard just to wander around and see what I could make use of. Found this in the pic below on a 92 S10 Blazer. I looked at power centers on many different makes and models of vehicles but I kept coming back to this one. It was the best fit as far as size, shape and configuration. This weekend I gutted it completely, washed it up and began to configure it to my needs. After hours of soldering and splicing it began to take shape for my needs. Good for 6 relays, a dozen MAXI fuses and half a dozen MINIs. The steel mounting bracket is stout and fits great on the driver side fender. It’s hard to tell from the crappy phone camera but the box has a removable bottom cover so the whole thing is enclosed.





While I was there I also snagged this badazz Hella weatherproof 280 mini
relay/fuse combo, some real nice weather proof (Weatherpack?) inline fuse
holders with mounting tab and a simple terminal block.

Got it all for $35!!!!









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