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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-27-2010, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Installing a fuse block

I have 2006 Rhino 660, what is the best way to install add a fuse box? To battery or ignation?

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I have 2006 Rhino 660, what is the best way to install add a fuse box? To battery or ignation?
the painless one you connect to battery and ignition. it has constant hot wires and ignition hot

http://www.painlessperformance.com/Manuals/70107.pdf
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We have 2 styles in stock.

The power source style with 6 circuts.



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I have 2006 Rhino 660, what is the best way to install add a fuse box? To battery or ignation?
Go with the painless! It is very nice. You can get circuits with relays and prewired. They have several options to meet your requirements. I suggest a ground block also.

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are these nice for gauges and tach and such
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Another suggestion is to buy a stocker for a few bucks from a peep who has done a Rotax swap....you will have 12V hot and 12V ignition depending on how you wire it for your needs....can't remember exact # of circuits, but am thinking around 8 ....Lance
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are these nice for gauges and tach and such
Yes, the Painless fuse block will work awesome for all added mods.

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