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Unread 11-22-2012, 02:15 PM   #31
zachjf
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Originally Posted by MeanGreenZJ View Post
If the fan runs in a Taurus with a 50 amp fuse, it's safe to say that it will keep running with anything higher, like a 75 amp fuse.
You do raise a good point about the fast blow fuses tho, wish I had the proper equipment to test it cause its gotta be a really quick spike, that or the larger fuses actually take a bit longer to fully burn through, enough time for the draw to subside

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